The Pakistan President, Gen. (retd.) Pervez Musharraf, seems to be determined to stay in his post despite calls by many sections asking him to resign and go into exile. The former military ruler, now civilian President, knows that his days in the top post are numbered. It would be better for him to quit on his own rather than face the prospect of being impeached by the National Assembly (the Parliament of Pakistan).
Pakistani women protest the gag on the media that was imposed during the Emergency . . .
Read all the latest news about the fate of the former military ruler. The media in Pakistan has concluded that the President and the current Parliament cannot co-exist. There have been startling revelations that, in exchange for millions of dollars, the President allowed his own countrymen to be put in the notorious prison at Guantanamo Bay to be subjected to severe torture. I am surprised that the tyrant is still the President of Pakistan. He should have been thrown out immediately after the elections.
Better late than never!
what goes around comes back…
There is truth in what you say, Vishesh. But if we throw something, it will fall back to the Earth only as long as it is within the Earth’s gravitational field. If we put something in a rocket and send it off into space, it will never come back . . . 😀
Once you have some power, it’s just hard to give them up. Also, he is facing no good option. Even if he avoids impeachment by going in exile, he will probably be tried for war or human rights’ crimes. It’s a difficult decision.
I agree with you Leafless. He has very few options left. He may be tried for war crimes or crimes against humanity but I can only hope that he is not given the death penalty.
hm…what about big crunch? and well there are so many other ways for ti to come back to us…for matter is neither destroyed nor created but transforms from one form to another..
I guess you are correct, Vishesh. Musharraf may come back in the form of a “free market capitalist”! 😉 🙂