Pervez Musharraf will be President for next five years.
Posted by QB on November 19, 2007
Pervez Musharraf get the clearance from Supreme Court by dismissing all the legal challenges. Pervez Musharraf is again elected civilian President for the next five years. There will be lots of criticism coming from the opposition parties in Pakistan on this Supreme Court decision. The opposition parties already started with calling the Supreme Court illegitimate, but these criticism is not stop declaring Pervez Musharraf election results making them official. Pervez Musharraf will resigned as Pakistan Military Chief of Staff by the end of this month.
Benazir Bhutto who had called off the power sharing deal with Pervez Musharraf will be forced to change her decision again by Bush regime and the elections will he held in January, dividing National Assembly seats between Benazir Bhutto party and Pervez Musharraf League (PML-Q). Benazir Bhutto will not have the two third majority and she has to share power without becoming threat to Pervez Musharraf and his party. Benazir Bhutto who is blind by greed of power is unable to realize that she will get all the blame for being tough on Islamic Militants fighting Bush “war on terror” which is going nowhere. Taliban are determined to keep their resistance alive for decades, Osama Bin Laden and Mullah Omer support is growing in Afghanistan as well as in Pakistan where Mullahs want to implement Taliban like Sharia government in the region.
The only way to end Bush “war on terror” is through negotiations by withdrawing all the NATO occupation troops from Afghanistan. The next step should be the social and economic reforms, There is lots of criticism on Madrases without providing any alternatives for these poor kids to get education. The Pakistan government must open free schools for these kids so they can get the proper education instead of learning to read Qur’an and Hadiths. The change will come very slowly which will bring these radicals into main stream.