Posted on March 11, 2009
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25 responses to “Pakistan’s Long March on the Road of Political Uncertainty Continues”

  1. Yahya says:

    Things are bleak but this is also a victory for civil society.

    The justice movement is what got Musharraf down and the justice movement will bring down anyone who does not respect rights of Pakistanis and of constitution.

  2. readinglord says:


    Thank you dear! You summed it up all wonder fully! What is needed now is to liberate PPP from its corruption and hijacking by the alien elements, like Zardari’s coterie and bring it back to the true leadership of people like Ehtazaz Ahsan, Raza Rabbani, Dr, Israr, etc.

  3. Yasmin says:

    I agree that the multiple “stakeholders” who have jumped on the lawyers bandwagon may not have the same objectives or even regard for due legal process (maybe I missed it but I haven’t heard Nawaz Sharif apologize to the legal community for his behavior and arrogance in years past)- the point however is that as long as all Pakistani’s who are supporting it for the right reasons are involved, then there is less danger of the movement being hijacked; also we can continue to hold the judiciary and the govt accountable because this will set a trend.
    I hope, as is already happening that the PPP will reclaim the party as one of workers and intellectuals together, that it will force the PPP to have intra-party democracy. If Sherry Rahman, Gilani and hopefully others in Parliament follow Aitezaz and Raza Rabbani’s lead in speaking up then at least there will be one party who will have demonstrated that it is not disloyalty to question dictatorial tendencies of its top leadership- that will probably be the fruit of Benazir’s untimely death (especially if Bilawal refuses to be the Chairperson in waiting).

  4. Be Pakistan says:

    Come out for a peaceful Long March only for the cause of free judiciary in Pakistan. If we think that we can contribute in the restoration of free judiciary in Pakistan, then NOW is the time to come out and be a part of Long March. Its not just the restoration of Justice Iftekhar Chowdhury, its restoration of a system. We don

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