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Pakistan Peoples Party

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Pakistan Peoples Party chair campaigns ahead of July election

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History of Pakistan Peoples Party

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People's party shows its power in Karachi

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Son of assassinated former PM Benazir Bhutto leads People's Party rally

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Arrests at Benazir Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party protest

The Pakistan Peoples Party is a left-wing, socialist-progressive political party of Pakistan. Affiliated with the Socialist International, its political philosophy and position, in the country's political spectrum, is considered centre-left, and involves supporting public ownership, egalitarianism, equality, and a strong national defence. Since its foundation in 1967, it had been a major and influential political left-wing force in the country and the party's leadership has been dominated by the members of the Bhutto family. Its centre of power lies in the southern province of Sindh.
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  • Foundation and history 

  • Left-wing beginnings 

  • 1970 general election and 1971 war 

  • Bhutto era 

  • Recent history 

  • Notable leadership 

  • Current structure and composition 

  • Ideology 

  • Issues involving foreign policy 

  • Academia 

  • Lost left 

  • Kashmir Cause 

  • Internal opposition and factionalism