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It is important to note at the outset that a state does not have to be a single nation. One state may include several nations within themselves because these nations agreed to live together under a unified political system a structure called a “state”. However, with the coexistence of different peoples, they inevitably give up some of their own individual traits that make them separate peoples and therefore become part of a broad, general, a singular, new “nation-state” identity.
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According to some prominent leaders and a considerable number of people in Pakistan as well, Pakistan itself is an example of a “multinational state”. There is a political movement that he describes itself as: “Poonam”: “Pakistan’s Oppressed Peoples Movement”. This movement does not have remarkable representation as a result of the October 2002 elections in the Federal Parliament or in Provincial Assemblies. But the fact is that some of its leaders were elected by popular vote legislatures.
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According to many, Switzerland is also an example of a “multinational” state. Here is a distinct French-speaking part of Switzerland, a German-Swiss part of Switzerland and an Italian- Swiss part of Switzerland. And there is also a fourth part that claims to be the original, the real one The Swiss part of Switzerland! Nevertheless, Switzerland has existed as a unique and stable country for several years hundreds of years and as a declared “neutral” state.
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Be that as it may, this lecture focuses on the unique nature of the Pakistani nation-state. There will be more and more reasons for this strong and extreme claim of Pakistan’s uniqueness evident when we examine the categorization of the 191 UN members into 5 categories. These categories were created purely at the discretion of the lecturer and there is therefore a subjective and arbitrary aspect of this categorization.