Courtesy: Sharnoff's Global Views
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is one of the oldest and most prominent political parties in Pakistan’s 67 year.
PPP was formed by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto on Nov. 30, 1967. The first general elections in Pakistan were held in 1970, 23 years after independence. PPP emerged as the leading party in the western wing of Pakistan, by using the slogan of Roti, Kapraor Makan (Bread, Clothing and Shelter).
Since then PPP has come in power many times and presently it runs the government of Sindh, Pakistan’s second largest province. An objective and unbiased analysis of the Party would suggest that PPP is the torch bearer of corruption and bad governance in Pakistan.