Pakistan vote: Democracy at work, despite violence

PML-N Headquarters, Pakistan CC colincookmanKARACHI, Pakistan — Despite protests over vote-rigging Sunday, many heralded Pakistan's election as a historic democratic exercise in a country known for its military takeovers.

"It would be stupidity to have expected a 100% free and fair (election), but we are leaps and bounds ahead of what came before," said 30-year-old Hareem Sumbul, who worked at a Karachi polling station.

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