The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has not even completed the first eighteen months of its term, yet the discourse of “in-house change,” “national government” and “fresh election” is gaining momentum. One may partly attribute this to the trend established by Imran Khan’s 2014 sit-in that seemingly made it politically acceptable to demand change of government in a little more than a year after an election. But the PTI government’s vulnerability appears to be due to a number of fault lines affecting its stability. Individually, these fault lines are not unique to the current administration, though they may become lethal when taken together.
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