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Oct 28, 2017| Courtesy by : www.nytimes.com
LAHORE, Pakistan — For a while, the main question surrounding Maryam Nawaz Sharif was whether she might become Pakistan’s first female candidate for prime minister in a generation. Now it’s whether she might be going to jail.
Ms. Sharif, 44, leapfrogged several influential relatives to emerge in recent months, along with her uncle, as a possible long-term heir to the leadership of the country’s dominant political force: the Pakistan Muslim League, long headed by her father, Nawaz Sharif, a three-time prime minister. She has been known for years as one of her father’s closest advisers, but more recently she has taken a much more public role in the party’s leadership.
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