Musharraf Impeachment Proceedings

Arif Rafiq at The Pakistan Policy Blog on the announcement that the Pakistani governing coalition will seek impeachment proceedings against Pervez Musharraf: Though the declaration was clear, many questions remain: – Will the governing coalition follow through on its promises? All of them or just some?– Has there been a compromise on the judges issue?– Do they have enough votes to impeach?– How long will the process take?– Impeachment is akin to a trial. What will Musharraf be charged with?– Will Musharraf resign before or during the impeachment proceedings? Or will he fight? What weapons will he use? Article 58(2)B. […]

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