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Yousuf Raza Gilani
Pakistan's prime minister on the situation in his country and neighbouring Afghanistan.
Last Modified: 13 Dec 2009 10:27 GMT

Pakistan's prime minister discusses the challenges facing his country[GALLO/GETTY]

In this episode of Frost over the World: The prime minister of Pakistan on the situation in his country and neighbouring Afghanistan; in light of the Swiss vote to ban minarets, we ask if referendums are too democratic; and the ongoing political crisis in Honduras.

This episode aired from Friday, December 4, 2009.

Yousuf Raza Gilani

 

The prime minister of Pakistan talks to Sir David about the situation in his country and neighbouring Afghanistan.

Referendums

 

In light of the recent vote to ban minarets in Switzerland, Peter Kellner of YouGov and Shane Greer of Total Politics discuss whether referendums are just too democratic.

Juliette Lewis

 

The Hollywood actress turned rock singer talks about her new album, Terra Incognita.

Craig Kelly & Keiron Williamson

 

Craig Kelly is the principal deputy assistant secretary in the US state department's bureau of western hemisphere affairs. He joins Sir David from Washington to talk about the ongoing political crisis in Honduras.

Plus, seven-year-old painting prodigy, Keiron Williamson, talks about his watercolours of Norfolk landscapes.

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Al Jazeera
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