Five reasons why the army won't take over Pakistan
Pakistan is facing its most serious political crisis in years, with rapidly escalating conflicts between the civilian government, the military and the judiciary, against the backdrop of a faltering economy, widespread poverty, corruption and the bloody war with Islamist militant groups.
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#1 Jan 17, 2012
Well....also consider ..Pakistan is out of control .
Saint Ives, UK
#2 Jan 21, 2012
We all wonder when Imran khan will be installed at leader by the military...then given the boot a few months later.
#3 Jan 21, 2012
History repeats itself. The world is watching. If China wants it or US wants it, nothing
And nothing can stop it. Five or fifty reasons are of no use. ISI is just watching the
Appropriate moment to go for the kill. Switzerland of Asia is howling for mercy. You think they will show mercy, no chance.!
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