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Breaking. Pakistani Prime Minister found to be in contempt of court. Claims army is part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government!!

 
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Breaking. Pakistani Prime Minister found to be in contempt of court. Claims army is part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government!!
[link to online.wsj.com]

"Pakistan's Supreme Court on Monday ruled Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in contempt of court for failing to push ahead with investigations into allegations of graft against the country's president, opening the door for future legal moves to oust the government."

"Also Monday, the Supreme Court continued a probe into allegations the civilian government sought U.S. help in May to work toward reducing the role of Pakistan's military in domestic politics. Mr. Gilani denies this and has attacked the army in recent weeks for backing the probe, which he claims is part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government."

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US backing for military take over?
The other way around?
Shit's getting mighty complicated....

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Re: Breaking. Pakistani Prime Minister found to be in contempt of court. Claims army is part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government!!
[link to www.aljazeera.com]

Memogate hearings

Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder reported from Islamabad that the court's decision was "an important development", and that Gilani was left with limited options, including apologising to the court.

"The court, of course, can accept that apology. But so far the government appears to be on a collision course, not just with the judiciary but also with the military," he said.

Media reports sugggested that Gilani met members of his ruling coalition before a session of the parliament, where a "democracy resolution" was put to vote.

Gilani had called for Monday's "show of confidence vote" in the National Assembly in search of a symbolic boost for his government.

Separately, a commission appointed by the supreme court resumed hearings on Monday into the so-called Memogate scandal, which has angered the powerful army and threatened the stability of the elected government.

A secret memorandum allegedly written by Pakistan's former ambassador to Washington asked the US for help in thwarting a possible military coup in the aftermath of the US raid that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden on Pakistani territory.

The ongoing tussle between civilian leaders and the generals has prompted fears of another coup against the elected government.


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US backing for military take over?
The other way around?
Shit's getting mighty complicated....
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Usually it's the civilian governments that are more loyal to corrupt payoffs and influence by foreigners. That's my observation anyway.
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More liable, not loyal.

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Possible atm bump ??
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