Factbox-No Pakistani prime minister has completed a full tenure

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By Syed Raza Hassan KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) – No prime minister has completed a full five-year tenure in Pakistan’s 75-year history – a trend extended with the ouster of Imran Khan, who lost a no-confidence vote on Sunday. Up until that point, Pakistan, a parliamentary democracy for most of its history, has had a total of 29 prime ministers since 1947 – one of whom took on the role twice in one year. On 18 occasions, they have been removed on different pretexts, including corruption charges, direct military coups and forced resignations due to infighting in ruling groups. There was one ass…

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