What Led to the Downfall of Pakistan’s Prime Minister: QuickTake

First elevated to power in 2018 elections, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, a former cricket star, was widely seen as closely allied with the country’s powerful military, which has ruled the country for almost half of its 75-year history. Now it looks like the backing of that mighty constituency, as well as some of his political allies, is gone. His opponents, charging mismanagement of the economy, ganged up to oust him from office in a no-confidence vote in April.

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