ATP Poll: NRO Null and Void. Now What?

Posted on December 18, 2009
Filed Under >Adil Najam, ATP Poll, Law & Justice, Politics
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Adil Najam

The Supreme Court has spoken. And spoken loudly. The NRO, they say, is null and void. What they do not say – and should not, since it is not in their mandate – is what should happen now to all that was unfolded as a result of the NRO. That is for politics to decide.

So, we thought in this latest ATP Poll we would ask you, our readers, what yo think should happen.

It was a little difficult to come up with what the options are so we based these on the comments on our recent NRO post. Do please tell us which of these options you would want and why. Do also feel welcome to add other options in the comments section; but don’t let that keep you from voting on these ones.

27 responses to “ATP Poll: NRO Null and Void. Now What?”

  1. Viqar Minai says:

    All those who are bajao baghleiN at the SC decision shackling the current govt, should watch these revelations on Najam Sethi Special dated Dec. 19/09:

    http://tinyurl.com/yax4klq

  2. Some comments from the ATP Facebook Page:

    – “Good decision of supreme Court of Pakistan.
    and mister Iftikhar and 16 judges.”
    – “What Good are the Teeth that cannot bite?”
    – “ITS ALL DRAMA ….”
    – “Actually it is first step towards revolution against the corrupt people.Second step is in offing. people of pakistan are alive and looking for honest leader ship.”
    – “thumbs up 4 supremr court……”
    – “if we can get mr zardari put of his seat that would be the best for the nation.
    and if we can atleast get 70% of the money digested by these theves we will be extreamly lucky”
    – “what change can it bring ? nothing. the way media is projecting all this,its going to end up a sindhi-punjabi issue. all of them are extremely corrupt including mians,chaudhrys,makhdooms then y targetting only zardari.this all sounds fishy, i feel the blame zardari putting on gang group has some truth.TARGET ALL OR LEAVE ALL”
    – “bahi us ka pass power ha who kuch be kar sakta ha. hum na us ko select keya ha………………….so chup chap us ko bardash karo……….brothers aND siSTERs”
    – “karna to pary ga hi par jast 5 manth”
    – “first tell us who would be next……bcz we see the worst after a bad govt”
    – “Any Tom Dick or Harry from PPP is acceptable then Zardari or Rehman Malik. Has PPP become so defunct that it has to helplessly depend on thieves to survive?”
    – “one thing its really important that we indivisual have to serve our selves we shoud,nt be depend on our fake politcain and we have to make pakistan not our govmt we should be depending on ourselves n thats the only thing we can get prosperous on”

  3. Farooq says:

    Good post and very good poll. Like the options you make and am heartened by the responses also. The main thing is that teh process should be followed and military should not use this to overthrow govt.

    AMIN GHANI, teh conspiracies are only in our minds. Lets grow up please.

  4. AMIN GANI says:

    OUR BELOVED COUNTRY PAKISTAN IS SURROUNDED BY VARIOUS CONSPIRACIES FROM OUTSIDE AND WITHIN THE COUNTRY.OUR PAKISTAN IS TOHFA/GIFT FROM ALMIGHTY ALLAH AFTER WE HAVE GIVEN UNPRESIDETAL SACRIFICES OF LIVES ,PROPERTIS ,HONOURS FOR A CAUSE TO IMPLIMENT SHARIA.IN THE PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCES LAW SHOULD TAKE IT’S OWN COURSE AND THE PEOPLE WHO ARE THE BENEFISHERIES SHOULD GIVE UP THEIR PUBLIC POSTS MEANS SHOULD RESIGNTO FACE THE CASES ,TO CLARIFY THEIR POSITION.ALSO THEY SHOULD RETUREN THE COUNTRIES WEALTH THEY ILLEGALLY AVAILED.,TO EARN THEIR RESPECT IN THE EYES OF OUR PEOPLE AND TO REGAIN GOOD NAME OF PAKISTAN AMONG THE COMMUNITIES OF WORLD AND TO HAVE RAZA E ILLAHI ON THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT.MAP

  5. Ghulam Ali says:

    Excellent poll. I like the way you have framed the options and frankly I am impressed by the maturity of the respondents. We all want corruption stopped and the guilty punished but we do not want to derail democracy in the process.

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