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24 de Septiembre de 2010

Fátima Bhutto habla sobre las inundaciones en Pakistán, la respuesta del gobierno y sus memorias, tituladas Songs of Blood and Sword


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Mientras Pakistán lucha por recuperares de uno de los peores desastres naturales de su historia, el presidente Asif Ali Zardari recibe crecientes críticas por su manejo de la crisis. Hablamos con la escritora y poeta paquistaní Fátima Bhutto. Es sobrina de la ex primera ministra Benazir Bhutto. Su padre Murtaza Bhutto fue asesinado en 1996 en Karachi. Fátima ha escrito unas memorias de su familia tituladas Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter’s Memoir (Canciones a sangre y espada: memorias de una hija).