There are still a lot of question marks in the aftermath of the Pakistani parliamentary elections. It's still not clear, for instance, which parties will make up the governing coalition or who the Prime Minister will be. But the faultlines are beginning to come into focus, and one thing is already certain: the hot seat that President Pervez Musharraf has been occupying these past few months just got a bit hotter.
"Musharraf had said he would quit when the people tell him to. The people have now given their verdict," Nawaz told a news conference in Lahore.
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