Posted on March 9, 2008
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Law & Justice, Politics
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35 responses to “Pakistan Elections 2008: The Judiciary Remains a Defining Issue in Pakistan Politics”

  1. Afsa says:

    Great reception given to CJ and Aitizaz in Quetta today shows that they are still a great force.

  2. Dewana Phir Say says:

    Is this right;

    http://jang.com.pk/jang/mar2008-daily/28-03-2008/t opst/m.1.jpg

    CJ meeting someone with serious corruption charges?

  3. AUK says:

    Posting from PakPolitics. This clearly outlines the issue.

    Well, I don

  4. Afzal says:

    I think the lawyers movement is a truly democratic movement and it makes all of us Pakistanis proud.

    Musharraf supporters really hate the people of Pakistan. Read their comments, and every comment will tell you how people of Pakistan cannot be trusted. Unlike Musharraf and his supporters, I am proud of the people of Pakistan and these lawyers demanding democracy.

  5. Rizwan says:

    Lahore is hit again.
    Free Media In the Most corrupt Country is not Free Media its sold Media
    Atzaz Hasan who is playing with the emotions of the people of Pakistan Thanks Media for supporting Lawyers Movement.Now ask the people of Pakistan that Lawyers movement is Pakistan