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Sharif, favorite as next Pakistani PM, seen as ‘power’ administrator

Shehbaz Sharif, the person most likely to be Pakistan’s next prime minister, is little known outside his home country but has a domestic reputation more as an effective administrator than a politician. The younger brother of three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz, 70, is leading an opposition bid in parliament to topple Imran Khan, and if a vote of no confidence is held on Saturday, it is expected that he replace Khan. Analysts say Shehbaz, unlike Nawaz, enjoys friendly relations with Pakistan’s military, which traditionally controls foreign and defense policy in the nuclear nation of 220 million.

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