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Benazir Bhutto Changing Politics in Pakistan. By Luke Jackson Period 3/4 Ms. Saba Prime Minester from (1988– 1990, 1993– 1996 ) Born June 21, 1953 Died.

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1 Benazir Bhutto Changing Politics in Pakistan. By Luke Jackson Period 3/4 Ms. Saba Prime Minester from (1988– 1990, 1993– 1996 ) Born June 21, 1953 Died December 27, 2007

2 Time Line Benazir Bhutto was born June 21, 1953 into a political family At age 16 Benazir Bhutto went to study at Harvard's Radcliffe College. After achieving her undergradua te degree she moved on to England's Oxford University In 1977 Benazir Bhutto’s father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was elected prime minister but shortly after was arrested as a military coup took power. Two years after, Benazir Bhutto’s father was executed by hanging. Early Life

3 Time Line Benazir Bhutto was elected as prime minister in 1988 at age 35, Two years into her first term, President Ghulam Ishaq Khan dismissed Bhutto from office Mid-Life In 1993 Benazi r Bhuttp was re- elected as Prime Ministe r. Later-Life On December 1, 2007 Benazir Bhutto was assonated coming back from an election rally

4 This Map Shows Where Benazir Bhutto was Assassinated

5 Karachi, Pakistan, Where Benazir Bhutto was born

6 Best Known For FBenazir Bhutto was best know for being an advocate for democracy in Pakistan and other Islam countries. FBenazir Bhutto was Prime Minister in Pakistan. FBenazir Bhutto was best know for being an advocate for democracy in Pakistan and other Islam countries. FBenazir Bhutto was Prime Minister in Pakistan.

7 Facts About Benazir Bhutto / She never wore a burqa. / Benazir’s father was hung in 1979 by the military government of General Zia Ul Haq. / Benazir Bhutto was arrested many times. / She was dismissed only two years into her first term as Prime Minister. / / She never wore a burqa. / Benazir’s father was hung in 1979 by the military government of General Zia Ul Haq. / Benazir Bhutto was arrested many times. / She was dismissed only two years into her first term as Prime Minister. /

8 Growing up in Karachi, Pakistan Schooling: Benazir Bhutto was taught hard work by her parents in her early when she had to take care of her siblings when her parents were away.Her had work helped her pull through to be a great prime minister a visionary in the future. She left her home early in her life at sixteen to go to Harvard’s Radcliffe College. When she was young Benazir would refuse to where a burqa (a long, loose garment covering the whole body, worn in public by many Muslim women.)

9 Rebellious Benazir Bhutto Benazir Bhutto was a very rebellious person starting when she was young. She refused to wear the burqa which according to Islam was expected of women in Pakistan. She went against the government and the Islamic religion by going out in public with out her burqa. It only made sense that she would be such a large advocate for democracy. She went against thoughts of a Islamic country never being able to become free and secure.

10 Studies and Education Benazir Bhutto studied at Harvard's Radcliffe College were she obtained her undergraduate degree. She later moved on to England's Oxford University.

11 Life as a Prime Minister Becoming a Prime Minister in Pakistan isn’t very easy especially because benazir Bhutto was a women who fought for democracy. Although many Muslims liked Benazir Bhutto there was still many extremists who didn’t want her to succeed with her transformation. She was thrown out of office and yelled at in protest and all the hatred came down to Benazir Bhutto being shot. December 1, 2007 Benazir Bhutto was assassinated before being elected into office again. Beanzir Bhutto was so amazing for the people of Pakistan that the only way she could be stopped was to be killed and she new it.

12 Defining Moment Benazir Bhutto returns to Pakistan. Her second term ended as prime minister from faulty corruption charges. Benazir new even more than ever that changing Pakistan would be the hardest thing she will ever do. As her place in office came crumbling down before her because of president of Pakistan Leghari she never stopped fighting for what was right. Being stopped was Benazir’s largest motivation.

13 Key Political Events President Leghari dismissed bhutto from office. Golf War Vietnam War War On Terror

14 Benazir Bhutto and the P.P.P. The P.P.P. (Pakistan People’s Party) was formed for a democratic Pakistan. The P.P.P. was created by Benazir’s father, Ali Bhutto. After Ali Bhutto died Benazir took over the leader-ship of the P.P.P. While Benazir was running for prime minister in 1988 the P.P.P. was a major supporter of hers. The P.P.P. was very important for Benazir’s overall political success.

15 Popular Culture A burqa was and still is very important for Pakistani women to wear. Nai Umangein was a musician during the time when Benazir Bhutto was becoming prime minister. King Kong was a popular movie at that time as well as other American music, movies, and celebrities like Michael Jackson and Madonna.

16 Major Contributions to Pakistan Goverment Benazir Bhutto showed that Pakistan could be democratic. Benazir Bhutto extremely changed politics for women.

17 National Parliament Table and Analysis After Benazir Bhutto was elected as Prime Minister in 1988 women in the Parliament more than doubled showing how large the impact from benazir had on freedom and democratic politics in Pakistan. Although the numbers are not extreme, Bhutto still really helped Pakistan start to form a democratic country. YearWomenMen

18 Family Legacy

19 National Parliament Graph

20 Benazir Bhutto Quotes Democracy is necessary to peace and to undermining the forces of terrorism. Right now, they feel they have lost their voice, and their miseries have increased since my departure. The government I led gave ordinary people peace, security, dignity, and opportunity to progress.

21 Bibliography I used this web site to find information for my time line I used this web site for a map to show where Benazir Bhutto was assonated.


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