Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN)
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) was fouded on November 16, 1988. The Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) is a centre-right conservative party in Pakistan. The modern history of the party began during the 1988 parliamentary elections, when the Pakistan Muslim League, led by former prime minister Mohammed Khan Junejo, split into two factions: one was led by Fida Mohammad Khan and Nawaz Sharif, the then chief minister of Punjab Province, and the other by Junejo.
Paksitan Muslim League Nawaz has won three general elections with highest seats in Pakistan and governed the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for Three time. The Pakistan Muslim League (N) policies include religious conservatism, social conservatism, neoconservatism, bioconservatisms, environmental conservation, and most importantly, National conservatism and fiscal conservatism. Throughout its history, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) has emphasised the role of free markets and individual achievement as the primary factors behind economic prosperity, deregulation of all segments of the economic order, and the strong base of capitalism.
The Pakistan Muslim League (N) generally opposes labour union management and large-scale workers’ unions.The party holds that “prosperous agriculture is the backbone of national prosperity and diversification of the rural economy, by expanding non-farm rural employment, is critical for the alleviation of poverty“. During its federal government, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) successfully privatised the major heavy industries under its planned industrial development programme. The party has been long advocated for broader and stronger relations with the United States, China, the United Kingdom, European Union, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, as well as India. In 1999, the party’s government successfully signed the Lahore Declaration with India.