Imran Khan is bad for Pakistan’s democracy | IN 60 SECONDS

The 2017 ousting of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, and his subsequent imprisonment for corruption, have made Imran Khan frontrunner to be Pakistan’s next prime minister. AEI’s Sadanand Dhume argues that Khan’s ascent to power backed by the army would weaken Pakistan’s nascent democracy.

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