CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 17, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Opposition party, led by Benazir Bhutto, reported winning several parliamentary seats in Pakistan's elecs. Report introduced.
(Karachi, Pakistan: Anthony Mason) [BHUTTO - says victory is mandate for freedom.] Bhutto's success discussed; late president Muhammad Zia ul-Haq mentioned. Zia's ex-prime minister Mohammad Khan Junejo reported defeated. [Newspaper editor Ghazi SALAHUDDIN - says legacy of Zia is finished.] [Fundamentalist MOSLEM -opposes idea of woman leader] [BHUTTO - says she's capable of leading cntry.]
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