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7 de Enero de 2008

"La gran mayoría del pueblo pakistaní se siente decepcionada e indignada con la política del gobierno de Bush", declara el ex Primer Ministro de Pakistán Nawaz Sharif

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Hablamos con Nawaz Sharif, el destituido ex primer ministro pakistaní que fue el principal rival de Benazir Bhutto. Sharif preside la Liga Musulmana Pakistaní-Nawaz y, tras el asesinato de Bhutto, es ahora el principal candidato de oposición en Pakistán. Amy Goodman entrevistó a Sharif junto al Reverendo Jesse Jackson durante su programa radial "Keep Hope Alive" (Mantengamos viva la esperanza).

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