WASHINGTON: With the weight of arguably Pakistan’s largest political party thrust upon his shoulders, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari measures his every spoken word, mindful of the active voice recorder nearby. Wise of what may make headlines in the next day’s papers.
He has also taken to learning statecraft at an early age, where one is normally associated with the image of a carefree adolescent, brash, and heady in his decisions. Bhutto-Zardari though, has learnt from the people around him, those currently managing the state Pakistan. Deflecting criticisms is one of the basic tenets.
Read more of what Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has to say in his exclusive interview to The Express Tribune in the Saturday, May 26, edition.
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