Pakistanis: Musharraf Resignation Would Improve Stability

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From the University of Maryland’s WorldPublicOpinion.org: A majority of Pakistanis (64%) say that stability and security in Pakistan would get better “if President Musharraf were to resign now,” according to a new poll conducted by GlobeScan for BBC Urdu. One in four (25%) respondents believes that security would get “worse” if he were to resign. Nearly a third (29%) of respondents regard Pervez Musharraf’s election as President last November as “valid”; while around half (49%) say it is “invalid” (22% did not provide an answer). Almost two out of three Pakistanis (63%) agree that the “National Assembly should seek to […]

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