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Do you think Mr. Jamali has the suitable personality to sustain premiership ?

05 November, 2002

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Mr. Jamaali is the first prime minister of Pakistan representing the province of Balochistan.

The members were asked to divide into three groups to show support for either of the three candidates.

Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal's Maulana Fazalur Rehman remained runners up with 86 votes while Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarian received 70 votes.

In all 328 people stood for the three candidates giving Jamali the chance to lead the House.

Do you think he will be able to survive as a Prime Minister for Next 5 years ?

Reader Comments:

I think this could turn out to be a blessing with a PM belonging to Balochistan. However, the only concern is about his leadership skills.


Agha Hussain, Pakistan - 05 November, 2002

I think PML (Q) would be able to muster the support it needs to install Mr. Jamali as the PM as the establishment is trying its utmost to get him into the office by hook or by crook, however I don't think he possesses the necessary character, leadership skills, composure, intellectual capacity required for the post.

Moeen, Pakistan - 06 November, 2002

I think I should become prime minister of Pakistan. I know i dont belong to any political party but Im sincere to this country (I think I am).

Nohman, Pakistan - 06 November, 2002

I have serious doubts as he is also under influence of his tribal belt as shown in the TV.

Fiaz Akbar, Pakistan - 07 November, 2002

I think we should give chance to Islamic parties.And I think Maulana Fazl-ur-Rahman would be the best as the PM of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.And the rest of the parties we tried more times and the result is a big Zero
salim from Germany

salim talib, Georgia - 11 November, 2002

frankly speaking there is no one to be considered as the sitable person for prime ministership but being a member of the progressive party Makhdoom Amin Fahim wil be my choice.
thanks, nawaz khalil.

Dr.Nawaz Khalil, Iran, Islamic Republic Of - 12 November, 2002

Graceous look,cool&calm personality.
He is my prime minister.

Amin Fahim, Pakistan - 12 November, 2002

In my opinion the MMA person should be given a chance to run the country this time for a change because we have seen PML(whatever league)and PPP both in previous terms without much change in country's fate.Lets Mullahs run this country this time and see how would they do it.Nobody should doubt and underestimate the MMA'S capability.

Bashir Wazir, United Kingdom - 12 November, 2002

It does not make any difference who becomes the Prime minister, because he will be another stooge and puppet in the hands of corrupt Army Janta who have taken a permanant responsibility to destroy every institution of Pakistan .

Will the new prime minister be in any position to ask the loser of Seachin heights that why did you get 6000 soldiers martyred in the name of Kashmir ? If not, then let the pigeon sit on the head of any fool and he will be the next PM.

Murfy Diaz, Pakistan - 12 November, 2002

None of them is worh a penny.

Egous Omar, United Kingdom - 12 November, 2002

All the hotch potch for power grabing is such a shame,it is very evident that everone is out to grab a chair.

musa, Canada - 12 November, 2002

We have seen many tenures of head of states and head of governments, elected or otherwise and none of them has been sincere in the service of the country and its unfortunate people.

There interests have been limited to amassing fortunes and if they are of any service, its restricted to there kith and kin.

I see no hope for my poor nation. whoever wins the race is going to be the true picture for his predecessor.

Nobody can be blamed for this tragedy, our own people keep on electing the same lot or there young ones just forgetting what they did in there previous stints. Only Allah can help us.

Irfan Yusufzai
New York

Irfan Yusufzai, United Kingdom - 12 November, 2002

This election was fraud,it does not matter what we all think, our miltary will choose it for us. God bless Pakistan.

Asad Khan, United Kingdom - 12 November, 2002

I am sure that Moulana Fazalurehman is the most suitibale person for the post of PM of Pakistan. To be very honest what did the so called secular ,progressive,liberal,democratic and nationalist did in the past 50 years,why not give a chance to religious groups,let them serve and I think they will serve the nation better than anybody else.

Afrasayb Barozai, Pakistan - 12 November, 2002

I think we should give a chance to Mr Jamali as our next PM of Pakistan. That will help to bring unity in the country and also will help to build a positive, constructive thought among baloch. It will make them to think that they are a part of Pakistan

Waqar, United Kingdom - 12 November, 2002

Jamali deserves being a majority party leader and an experienced sober politician as compare to antagonist F.Rehman. How unfortunate Pakistani nation, who is to be led by maulvee.

T.S.M Ali, Pakistan - 12 November, 2002

It does not make any difference. Why become prime minister of Pakistan when corrupt Army would destroy every institution of Pakistan.

Javed Raja, United Kingdom - 12 November, 2002

None of them are capable of the job - they are all thieves and half-mullahs. It is a shame that we have to pick our leader from among the corrupt and worthless. May Allah have mercy on us and send us a true Muslim leader, otherwise we are sure to be doomed.

Arif Khan, New Zealand - 12 November, 2002

I think we should provide a chance to MMA candidate Maulana Fazal Rehman to become the Prime Minister and then watch the MMA that how they will tackle the probelm in the society as both PPP and PML have failed in the past to solve these problems.

Sheraz Manghal, United Arab Emirates - 12 November, 2002

As far as my understanding in the light of current global political situation is concerned, there is a serious need to have some one very presentable globally, highly educated, with good personality. Someone with excellent communication skills in English. Moreover, some one with clean political record. Finally some one who can catchup with the president(Musharraf). The only personality I can think of is Mr. Farooq Loghari. He is competent for this post and I believe he can work closely, effectively and effeciently with the president. Since President Musharaf has become in power, Pakistan's image has been better in the west. It is entirely because of his effective leadership, speaking power and personality. Therefore we also need a primiership with all the above features.

Khuram, United Arab Emirates - 12 November, 2002

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