Pervez Musharraf's Resignation and the Impact on Pakistan - Hassan Abbas



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Beyond Mushararf By Ahmed Rashid
Washington Post, August 19, 2008; Page A13

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- The resignation of President Pervez Musharraf yesterday after nine years in office is a major victory for Pakistan's long-battered and still fragile democratic forces. But particularly given the meltdown the country has endured in recent weeks, there are still many obstacles to effective civilian governance. Although the United States will expect things to change in a hurry, they are unlikely to do so right away.

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Anonymous said…
BBC's Urdu service knew this and was in the forefront of intervieving mulla umar who claimed the responsibility. British did it, for sake of Rule Brittania.

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