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    Pakistan Voters Head to Polls in Landmark Electionsi
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    May 10, 2013 5:28 PM
    Pakistan will hold landmark elections on Saturday, marking the first time in this country’s volatile history that a civilian government transfers power to another via the ballot box. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad that despite threats and violence, many voters are determined to use their votes to bring about change to their country.

    Pakistan Voters Head to Polls in Landmark Elections

    Published May 10, 2013

    Pakistan will hold landmark elections on Saturday, marking the first time in this country’s volatile history that a civilian government transfers power to another via the ballot box. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad that despite threats and violence, many voters are determined to use their votes to bring about change to their country.


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