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Gohar Ayub Khan, the son of Pakistan's first military dictator Ayub Khan, graduated from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst in 1956. He resigned from the army in 1962. He began his involvement in politics in 1964, winning the National Assembly seat six times. He was elected Speaker of Pakistan's Parliament in 1990, Deputy Opposition Leader in 1993, and Foreign Minister in 1997. Presently, he is Senior Vice-President of the Pakistan Muslim League.

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Khan, Gohar Ayub, -- 1937-
Politicians -- Pakistan -- Biography.
Pakistan -- Politics and government.