… as General, so he can be sworn in as President.
He will be driven to the army’s general headquarters in Rawalpindi to hand over formally to his successor, Gen Ashfaq Pervez Kiani. He is due to be sworn in as a civilian president on Thursday, after bidding farewell to his troops on Tuesday. The move will mean an end to eight years of military rule in Pakistan.
It looks like the pressure wasn’t all international. Dawn reports:
A group of retired senior officers of the armed forces, including two former air force chiefs, one naval chief, six lieutenant generals and four major generals, urged Gen Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday not only to quit the post of Chief of the Army Staff but to also step down as head of state. They urged Gen Musharraf to restore the Constitution and revoke the PCO, pointing out that the apex court had asked him to lift emergency. They called upon him to restore the pre-emergency situation, reinstate the pre-PCO judiciary, withdraw media curbs and release political detainees.
Good to see that the desire for democracy is still strong within Pakistan. Meanwhile, Bhutto wants to have a chat with Nawaz Sharif. Maybe all this won’t come to a messy end?
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