Campus Times
May 16, 1997

photo by Rhidian Maehl

Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benezir Bhutto, doing a favor for her cousin, Dr. Ahmed Ispahani, professor of business administration and economics, spoke to Dr. Ispahani's economics class on Monday. Included in her remarks was the account of her 1993 election as prime minister in Pakistan. Although her administration was one of the first elected democratically, her term was abruptly ended when she was deposed. She also discussed the economics of Pakistan and the measures she took as prime minister to improve the country's well being.

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