The champions of freedom and democracy supporting dictatorships
For all his faults I don't think Musharraf was involved in financial impropriety.
He was COAS so he would have gotten a lot of plots of land in Pakistan.
Also after retirement he gives a lot of lectures in top places so he earns well so he can also live in the UK.
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PTI getting stronger by the day.
As 2012 approaches Imran's chances of electoral success looking good.
IF he does become PM in the next election he will be 60 years old. Have we had any 60 year old PM in the past? What is the oldest head of state that we have had?
IK is the establishment's man now and will be the next Prime minister of Pakistan barring any major incidents. Those hoping for radical change are likely to be disappointed IMO
Musharraf had a very good chance of putting a stop to corruption as a dictator but he didn't.
I don't think Imran is the puppet of the military. He wants to reduce the defence budget and wants to improve relations with India, two points which go against the military's thinking.
why do you say that?
So much of what he says go against the establishment.
He was offered seats in parliament by Nawaz Sharif back in 1997. Musharraf asked him to join him as PM when Mush was sitting pretty but IK didn't join. Why would he suddenly become the establishment's man when finally he has things going for him?
Imran's campaign gathering a lot of momentum.
From having no "electibles" in his party (other than himself) a few months back to having a glut of them
Former Foreign Minister Kasuri, others join PTI | Pakistan | DAWN.COM
Imran's Karachi rally gets a heavy blow
SHC denies PTI permission for public meeting at Quaid?s mausoleum | Metropolitan | DAWN.COM
the high court has forbidden him to hold the rally at the quaid's mausoleum
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