"Safe Passage" for Musharraf

‘Safe passage to Musharraf under review’
The News, August 15, 2008
By Muhammad Anis

ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar has spoken about the contacts between President Pervez Musharraf’s associates and the government aimed at seeking a safe passage for him.

He was talking to newsmen at a ceremony here on Thursday to rename the Islamabad International Airport as the Benazir Bhutto International Airport. The minister said that aides of Musharraf had approached the government to seek a safe passage for him. Most of the details in this connection had been finalised, Mukhtar said, adding that they would be made public soon. He said the aides were demanding that the trial of the president should not be held under Article 6 of the Constitution.

Also see:
Musharraf Set to Quit: And Receive Immunity - Wall Street Journal
No safe exit for Musharraf: Nawaz - The News
Israel ready to provide security to Musharraf? - The News
Deal is done - Daily Times
Musharraf Is Expected to Resign in Next Few Days - New York Times


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