Congratulations to all true, honest Pakistanis who want a clean country free of thieves, robbers, drug dealers and dacoits. finally you have a chance. its going to be a very tough 18 months coming up, no matter which coalition is formed. assuming PMLN/PPP and their lapdogs dont get into power, there will be significant problems to overcome. 1) firstly, the economy is on the verge of bankruptcy - this is a massive, massive problem, and will be an immense challenge to whoever comes into power thanks to decades of looting and mismanagement. 2) the now opposition will be desperate by any means necessary to protect their stolen wealth, and to avoid prison, so expect all manner of filth and dirt employed to derail mission pakistan. given Sita white, reham khan, lies about KPK, utilising old women, sick women, and stupid women (the queen of calibri) and so on, many peddled by members here who must be very, very worried, if not distraught, one can only imagine what levels they will stoop at next. 3) in addition to that, and most dangerously, they will have the help of the international community. it is not difficult to see that it was not khalai makhlooq that was at play, but international actors - high reputaional papers in the usa, India, uk and beyond almost inexplicably decided to publish anti IK stories the last few days, written by compliant pakistani journalists. the international community has lost a lame duck puppet, who they could. control and threaten by squeezing their foreign stashed assets whenever they wanted anything. i suspect there will be a very difficult year ahead - this has morsi v 2.0 written all over it. domestic opposition are now petrified of jail and losing stolen billions, the international governments will be unhappy they have lost a lame duck puppet, so i reckon they will take advantage of the looming state bankruptcy by squeezing liquidity like they did with morsi - that means restricting access to capital whilst trying to instigate home grown protest by paying people off which is easy enough when it comes to pakis. so get ready for Egypt II- the return of sisi (or pakistani equivalent), get ready for bloody protest, get ready for pakistani politicians trying everything in their power to destroy the country. and they still have supporters. good luck!