There is a consensus among all opposition political parties at the moment that the general must step down to pave way for the return of democracyBhutto seeks united front Nov 15, 2007
It may sound dramatic but the picture here is frightening. Pakistan is slowly disintegrating and it seems everyone is paralyzed into ignoring the calamity that is coming. The district headquarters of Shangla Hills fell today. The local population was ready to resist but didn't have the resources. The government didn't send any reinforcements and the local administration disappeared. In fact, it seems like the buddies of the militants had already been appointedCommentary: Know your enemy Nov 15, 2007
It is a dictatorship in Pakistan and that's why we say President Musharraf must leaveBhutto asks for Musharraf resignation Nov 13, 2007
We cannot work with anyone who has suspended the Constitution, imposed emergency rule, and oppressed the judiciaryOpposition parties threaten boycott Nov 12, 2007
Particularly inexcusable was the government's failure to direct provincial authoritieBhutto assassination probe highly critical Apr 16, 2010
Senior Vice Chairman = Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao
Benazir Bhutto (Sindhi: بينظير ڀٽو; Urdu: بینظیر بھٹو, pronounced ; 21 June 1953 – 27 December 2007) was a Pakistan-born politician, with Pakistani and Kurdish-Iranian origin, who chaired the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), a centre-left and the largest political party in Pakistan. Bhutto was the first woman elected to lead a Muslim state, having twice been Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996). She was Pakistan's first and to date only female prime minister and was the eldest child of former Prime minister of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and former First Lady of Pakistan Nusrat Bhutto, and was the wife of current President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari.
Bhutto was sworn in as Prime Minister for the first time in 1988 at the age of 35, but was removed from office 20 months later under the order of President Ghulam Ishaq Khan on grounds of alleged corruption. In 1993 she was re-elected but was again removed in 1996 on similar charges, this time by her party's elected President Farooq Leghari. She went into self-imposed exile in Dubai in 1998.