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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Musharraf, Ex President of Pakistan, was run after a court ordered his arrest

The coup president and former general Pervez Musharraf, who ruled Pakistan from 1999 to 2008, he escaped Thursday from the room in which judges of the Islamabad High Court had just dictate his arrest , local media reported. Several local channels showed how Musharraf scuttled leveraging the hype created by his presence in court and left the room surrounded by his bodyguards facing no opposition from the security forces present abroad. The court issued the immediate arrest of the former president ontheir relationship with the arrest of judges , including the Chief Justice, in the final phase of his regime in 2007, which according judges may have violated the constitutional order.Geo and Express chains reported shortly after the escape of former that this had taken refuge in his home in the exclusive neighborhood of Chak Shazad, on the outskirts of Islamabad. The legal setback on Thursday adds to the mishap that led to his disqualification Musharraf this week of the elections next May after the electoral tribunals not considered eligible to participate in the elections for their legal problems.


Besieged by justice

The president handed over power in 2008 to not control the burgeoning domestic opposition and exiled in 2009 to avoid court action. On his return, however, has had to cope with the various lawsuits that were pending , among those who Thursday earned him the arrest warrant and the other in the Supreme Court in relation to a charge of high treason for violating the Constitution. Also, the former general is accused of being involved in the murder in 2006 of a nationalist leader in the southwestern region of Baluchistan, Nawab Akbar Bugti, and in 2007, the former First Benazir Bhutto. Musharraf, who lives amid tight security measures by threats from the Taliban , Pakistan has forbidden to leave because of the open judgments against them. Former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf has taken flight on Thursday after the Islamabad High Court ordered the cancellation of his bail application and ordered his arrest , as reported by several Pakistani media. Musharraf, who was in the premises of the court escorted by a large number of members of his personal bodyguard, has fled after getting an SUV get bulletproof . Your escort has prevented security forces comply with the court order. At the hearing before the Supreme Court in Islamabad decided to extend the period of his bail for a period of six days until Thursday. The case against Musharraf is based on a lawsuit filed against the former president by ordering the arrest of more than 60 judges after proclaiming a state of emergency in the country on November 3, 2007.

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