Pakistan has a new prime minister after a week of uncertainty

The World

Pakistan's parliament voted in a new prime minister following a weeklong constitutional crisis. Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif, an opposition leader, is coming into office as former Prime Minister Imran Khan and members of his party resign. Host Marco Werman is joined by Madiha Afzal, a foreign policy fellow at the Brookings Institute, who breaks down the situation the new prime minister is stepping into.

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