Pakistan, also known officially as “The Islamic Republic of Pakistan.” The government in Pakistan is a nominal democracy by military leader Pervez Musharraf. In the south and north it can be cold and dry during December to February, but in the south June to September is monsoon season with high winds and intense rain. Pakistan has a high conflict with India, about the Kashmir. As both wanting it for independence, from 1959 to now there has been wars here and there for Kashmir.
The type of government in Pakistan is the Islamic Republic, which is a UN Member. The Islamic Republic’s current leader is Chief Executive Asif Ali Zardari (On the left), which has been long standing for 5 years. If anything happens to the Chief Executive then the Second Chief Executive would take over, who is Nawaz Sharif (On the right). With Nawaz Sharif standing as the Prime Minister in Pakistan, he will then take over at the Chief Executive. Their Legislature has 442 seats for their size, and their last elections were in 2008. Unlike for countries all over, all world government’s legislative size is 131 seats.
Pakistan has geographic features, like every other place out there. Pakistan has Northern Highlands, the Indus River Plains, and the Balochistan Plateau. The Northern Highlands tower both Karakoram and Pamir mountain ranges, along with the world’s highest peaks K2, and Nanga Parbat; which has them similar by having huge peaks. The Indus River Plains is developing patches of plains, which are the Punjab and Sind that lie along the east. Using the Indus River and their tributaries, they flow through Pakistan from Kashmir to the Arabian Sea. The Balochistan Plateau lays on to the west, while the desert across is established at the east.
Pakistan has intense temperatures; in June to September it’s monsoon season with heavy wind and rain in the south of Pakistan. In December to February the temperatures drops below freezing, while spring is warm and dry. During summer time the high is 40°C (104°F), which the record went up to 55°C (131°F).
Pakistan is located in South Asia, which is being bordered by the Arabian Sea, India, Afghanistan, Iran, and China. With having Afghanistan north of Pakistan, Iran is west, China is northeast, India is east, and the Arabian Sea is south of Pakistan. This country is about twice the size of California. It basically borders with the Arabian Sea, then stretches north to the great Hindukush and Karakoram mountain ranges. Pakistan is stuck in-between India, and borders to the east with Afganistan and Iran. With their population to be up to one hundred eighty-three million, seven hundred fifty-three thousand, nine hundred
forty-two. The population density seems to keep increasing year by year. Which has us up to this year two hundred thirty-nine. zero tenths and three hundredths square kilometers.
Pakistan has plenty of ethnic groups that covers the sum of the country. The major...