Should the president of Pakistan allow Benazir Bhutto to participate in the election?

  • the president election

    I personally agree,The assassination of Benazir Bhutto occurred on 27 December 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Bhutto, twice Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996) and then-leader of the opposition Pakistan Peoples Party, had been campaigning ahead of elections scheduled for January 2008.[1][4][5] Shots were fired at her after a political rally at Liaquat National Bagh, and a suicide bomb was detonated immediately following the shooting. She was declared dead at 18:16 local time (13:16 UTC), at Rawalpindi General Hospita

  • Yes they should

    Yes, they need to let any one that wants to run in this election, and then let the voters choose who they want to lead their country for the next few years. If he is chosen, then the public think that he is the best man to lead them all.

  • No, the president of Pakistan shouldn't allow Benazir Bhutto to participate.

    I think that the president of Pakistan shouldn't allow Benazir Bhutto to participate in the elections if he decides he does not want her to participate. I think the president of Pakistan should govern in ways in which he sees fit. And if that includes not including Benazir Bhutto from participating, due to a difference of political beliefs, then so be it.

  • Bhutto Is Dead

    This question is a moot point. Benazir Bhutto was assassinated in Rawalpindi in 2007. There is no way for a corpse to stand in an Election, unless somebody is running in her name or voting her for spirit as a way of defiance and protest. Even then, it would be a wasted vote.

  • You can't vote for a dead person.

    No, the President of Pakistan should not allow Benazir Bhutto to participate in the election, because Benazir Bhutto was assassinated in 2007. A person who is dead should not participate in elections. Bhutto did a lot for Pakistan by advancing the cause and the rights of women. But she can no longer lead the country, because she is dead.

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