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Friday, June 22, 2012

Pakistan, "war" candidates are pushing for the military power


After esauterazione the Prime Minister as a judgment of the Supreme Court, also the likely replacement, former Minister Shahabuddin reached by a warrant of arrest on the eve of nomination. The result is a military operation to retrieve authorities with the support of the judiciary. Before the disappearance of the prime minister with a judgment of the Supreme Court that called it "unfit" to govern. Now, an order of arrest for drug trafficking, which knocks out the new candidate to lead the country.With two bold moves and destabilizing the judiciary burst into the political arena and emphasizes the institutional clash that sees two months opposing the government and the judiciary in Pakistan. Two days ago the Supreme Court had taken away the scepter of command to the Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani. He had declared unfit to play its role. This is an unprecedented verdict: It's never happened in the long history of the country became independent in 1947, that a prime minister was deposed by authority. Gilani could not help but take notice of the decision. A few hours ago, on the eve of a parliamentary vote that most likely would have invested the post of prime minister, the former Minister Makhdoom Shahabuddin Textile Industry was joined by a term of arrest for trafficking in ephedrine. It 'a stimulant with properties similar to those of amphetamines. According to the magistrate's anti-narcotics force in Pakistan, in 2010 Shahabuddin, who was then owner of Health, would authorize the export of ephedrine beyond the limits allowed by law. The suspicion is that the former minister had exceeded its powers in order to leave the country an abnormal amount of chemical compound used to produce methamphetamine. The story also involves the son of former Prime Minister Gilani. And this is clearly a stretch to think. Both Shahabuddin Gilani is part of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), leading the country and majority in Parliament. The abrupt departure of Gilani and the dismissal of the Prime Minister opens new candidate scenarios that go beyond the difficult internal balances in Islamabad . At stake are the new elections, which should be fixed by next spring. And all this at a difficult, often tumultuous, for Pakistan: plays an important role in the arena of the region, with the eternal struggle for control of Kashmir, and in the same conflict in Afghanistan. At this time the Taliban have launched a new offensive with attacks, assaults and deaths in the south. A weak and divided Pakistan makes it more difficult phases of the withdrawal of NATO from Kabul. Behind-confidence in the Prime Minister moves the powerful military caste has always supported by the judiciary. Held back by management Gilani, is the summit of the armed forces is ambiguous, and the powerful ISI, the intelligence services in Islamabad, now seeking to regain the levers of command as in the days of the strong man Pervez Musharraf. The new twist will force the U.S. to relaunch negotiations with Pakistan on the reopening of the supply lines of American troops in Afghanistan. The roads linking the two countries were closed last November after 24 soldiers were killed during a bombing of NATO forces full territory of Pakistan. The coup against Shahabuddin Gilani and reopens all the games. Surprises are not mutually exclusive: the background shake the image of Imran Khan, captain of the cricket team that has brought Pakistan in 1992, the world title. Plagued by a tumor, for 15 years in politics, the sample could enjoy a golden remarried in England where he had grown as a student and cricketer. He chose instead to return home. He founded the opposition party Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice), is courted by the ISI and the military eager to regain lost power. He moves with ease, no armored glass and supplies. It enjoys a huge consensus that nearly 68 percent. For his past, his choices for the most recent, for his courageous story of battles and victories that have rescued the wounded pride of a country at the center of intrigue and too submissive to the will of Use. He will play his last game. Perhaps the most difficult. In Pakistan the military rely heavily. And anyone who aspires to lead the country must deal with them.

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