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Imran Khan: The People Understand Democracy

NEW YORK, January 25, 2008 — Ahead of a major February 2008 election, Imran Khan explains his disillusionment with the Pervez Musharraf regime, lays out some of the basic political ills afflicting Pakistan and reflects on the post-Partition generation's attitude toward India. (4 min., 45 sec.)

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