Second Sharif ministry

The Second Sharif ministry began on 3 February 1997, when Nawaz Sharif was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Pakistan, and ended without completing its mandated term on 12 October 1999.[1] Sharif, a conservative politician who presided the Pakistan Muslim League from Punjab, took the office following a decisive victory in the primary elections held in 1997 over the Pakistan Peoples Party– a left-leaning political party.[2] The second administration of Sharif ended with the precedence of Musharraf administration in 1999 when the military took over the control of the federal government.

Second Sharif ministry
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Date formed1997
Date dissolved1999
People and organisations
Head of stateRafiq Tarar
Head of governmentNawaz Sharif
Member partyPakistan Muslim League (N)
Status in legislatureMajority (2/3 Maj.)
Opposition partyPakistan Peoples Party
Opposition leaderBenazir Bhutto
History
PredecessorSecond Bhutto ministry

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.cabinet.gov.pk/cabinet/userfiles1/file/Info%20serveces/Federal%20Cabinet%20since%201947/nawaz-2-1997-99.pdf
  2. ^ SoP, Story of Pakistan. "Nawaz Sharif becomes Prime Minister". www.storyofpakistan.com. Nazaria-e-Pakistan Trust. Retrieved 2 August 2020.