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And yet, we still question whether women can lead or whether they are electable. In the corporate world, unfortunately, less than 5 percent of the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies are women and their numbers still lag in corporate boards.
The party spokesman said during a press conference: 'It is not the factional chairman of APC, Adams Oshiomhile to tell Nigerians who is electable or not.
I'd be content for my children's future if the Labour party just sorted its act out, got a decent electable leader and gave the country an alternative."
He said shameful horse-trading of the independent members and the growing clout of corrupt electable around Imran Khan is a serious threat to the new government.
Such people are known electable. In 2018 elections, PTI entered electoral field with a large number of electable despite discontent within and bitterness of its rivals/critics.
But both no-name winner and electable need to ride the coattails of someone else.
He alleged that a good number of corrupt electable had joined PTI and similarly, they also got tickets for general election.
One of the main issues for the workers from a number of constituencies has been the PTI leaderships decision to award tickets to people who have joined the party recently and are considered electable'.
One of the main issues for the workers from a number of constituencies has been the PTI leadership's decision to award tickets to people who have joined the party recently and are considered 'electable'.
In a statement regarding Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan, Tahirul Qadri asked, 'Why you staged sit-in, when you want 'electable people' for the elections.' He said that the Articles 62 and 63 are not visible anywhere and that his party cannot be a part of the system involved in committing crimes in the name of democracy.
Nawaz said that in the next general elections only those who would have his party's ticket will be electable.
The people who "decide" whether someone is electable or not are not the electorate - that comes much later - but opinion-forming elites and those who fund and promote them.