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>> Pakistanis dancing in the streets after the dramatic resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The Supreme Court disqualifying him during his third stint in power. All this linked to a damning corruption probe that began with the Panama Papers.>>
>> Go, Nawaz, go, his opponents chant. But as they cheer, their country is faced with a fresh wave of political turmoil.
One of Sharif's closest allies is stirring tensions by implying parts of the powerful military had a hand in his downfall. But that doesn't change the fact that Pakistan right now has no leader. And any replacement will likely just be a caretaker until elections next year. Sharif's influential brother is rumored to be one of the possible candidates.
Whomever takes his office though has an enormous task ahead. There are concerns about the future of Pakistan's economy. Its ties with the US are worsening by the day, and the persistent attacks by Islamic militants has an already fragile nation constantly on edge.