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The ultra-high-tech development in Pakistan's parliamentary election

A man whose come to symbolize the whiplash rise, fall and rise again, of political fortunes in Pakistan says he's starting talks to form a coalition government after controversial elections.

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Corrected: February 9, 2024 at 10:00 PM MST
An earlier headline incorrectly stated the election was a presidential election. It is a parliamentary election.
Diaa Hadid chiefly covers Pakistan and Afghanistan for NPR News. She is based in NPR's bureau in Islamabad. There, Hadid and her team were awarded a Murrow in 2019 for hard news for their story on why abortion rates in Pakistan are among the highest in the world.

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