Will the present government survive?
15 May, 2008
Pakistan facing a new political crisis after former premier Nawaz Sharif pulled his party`s ministers out of the country`s six-week-old coalition government. The eventual reinstatement of the judges is likely to cause a major headache for embattled former army chief and president of the Pakistan Musharraf.
All the PML-N ministers has submitted their resignations to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, insisting they would only return if the Pakistan People`s Party took `concrete` steps to resolve the issue.
If the PPP takes concrete steps to restore the judiciary to the position of November 2 (before emergency rule), we will resume our same positions in the cabinet.
Lawyers have continued to stage walkouts from their court duties, and the members of the `Save the Judiciary` Committee have carried out a hunger strike in support of their demands, as the campaign escalates in cities across Pakistan.
What do you think in such circumstances will the present Government survive?
Why Zardari wants to rein in Judiciary?.
These crises have been fueled to avoid other matter of serious concerns like Power shortage, wheat crises, Inflation etc. What do you think about this speculation?
What is best in your point of view for the government to go ahead?