General Pervez Musharraf & National Assembly

Pervez Musharraf (born: 11 August 1943), is a retired four-star general and a politician who served as the tenth President of Pakistan from 2001 until 2008. Prior to that, he was the 13th Chief of Army Staff from October 1998 till November 2007, and was also the tenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan Armed Forces from 1998 until 2001. Commissioned in Pakistan Army in 1964, Musharraf rose to national prominence after being appointed to the four-star assignments in October 1998 by then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. National Assembly is either a legislature, or the lower house of a bicameral legislature in some countries. 5.0/5

General Pervez Musharraf National Assembly Nawaz Sharif Prime Minister Religious Affairs Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Muttahida Qaumi Movement Karachi University Aamir Liaquat Hussain Dr Aamir Ali Zardari President Asif Ali Zardari Mian Nawaz Sharif Shafqat Mehmood Amjad Khan

25.06.2013... Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced in the National Assembly that former President , General Pervez Musharraf will be tried for treason under Article 6 of the Constitution. [ Musharraf had on 03.11.2007 imposed the state of Emergecy in the country, and dismissed the judges of the Supreme Court, and High Courts] in violation of the Constitution].
Nawaz Sharif 3.0 – How Will He Govern? On June 5, Pakistan's National Assembly elected Nawaz Sharif as the country's Prime Minister. Though it’s his third time in office, almost fourteen years have passed since Sharif last led Pakistan. There is a legitimate question, then, as to how exactly he will govern. Pakistan has changed in many ways since 1999, when Sharif was overthrown by General Pervez Musharraf. New players have joined the power elite alongside the politicians and military brass. An activist judiciary brought down a once-powerful army ruler and continues to challenge elected politicians, the bureaucracy, nd the military. Private cable news channels, of which there are now around two dozen, team up with the high courts and serve as a check on pretty much everyone, feeding what has become a public addiction to political infotainment and a strong desire for accountability. Alongside political battles, there are multiple hot wars being fought on Pakistani soil. Islamic militants are now the co ...
Paikstan Nawaz takes oath as MNA today after over 13 years ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President and twice Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif will take seat as member of the National Assembly after a gap of about 13 and half years when 14th National Assembly meets for its inaugural session today (Saturday) at 10 am. On first day of the session, Speaker Dr Fehmida Mirza would administer oath to newly elected MNAs followed by elections of the new speaker and deputy speaker on June 3 (Monday) and new Prime Minister on June 5 (Wednesday). Nawaz Sharif whose government was thrown out by General Pervez Musharraf in an undemocratic and unconstitutional way on October 12, 1999, and later sent to exile is set to become the Prime Minister for record third time on June 5 and would take oath from President Asif Ali Zardari on the same evening. Sharif who enjoys simple majority in the National Assembly with his party’s 176 members in the House, would face a divided opposition compri ...
As Pakistan’s 14th National Assembly is inaugurated today (Saturday), it will be graced with several old faces who return after a decade and half, like Mian Nawaz Sharif, as well as a host of new ones like Shafqat Mehmood and Dr Arif Alvi of the PTI. Prime Minister-designate Mian Nawaz Sharif was last voted to the assembly in 1997 when his party bagged a two third majority in the parliament resulting in his election as PM only to be ousted by General Pervez Musharraf who later sent him on forced exile in December 2000. He could not contest the 2002 elections as he was abroad and his papers were rejected as he tried to contest the 2008 elections. Back in the NA, Nawaz Sharif returns to regain the position he held in 1997. Four of his party colleagues are staging a comeback after staying away from the parliament for two terms: Ch Asadur Rehman, Syed Iftikharul Hassan, Jaafar Iqbal and Sardar Yousaf. Asad, who won from Toba Tek Singh, is brother of former Supreme Court Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday. Iftik ...
KARACHI, March 9: He is the most high profile Parliamentarian of Altaf Hussain’s Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and is also projecting himself as Altaf Bhai’s successor, should something happen to the MQM leader in London. He is the blue-eyed boy of General Pervez Musharraf as the General telephones him after hearing his dramatic preachings on the TV. He is the most versatile preacher of Islamic values and morals on home TV screens round the clock. He is a prolific speaker and a successful fund-raiser for charities. He is a junior Minister for Religious Affairs in the huge cabinet of Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz. But in addition to all these qualifications, young, dapper and the stylish member of the National Assembly from Karachi, "Dr." Aamir Liaquat Hussain, is a fake and a fraud. In a stunning investigation by Karachi Urdu Daily “Ummat” it has been documented and proved that Dr Aamir purchased fake University degrees to contest the 2002 general election, forced the Karachi University officials t ...
Political Imran Khan, Chairman, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in World Economic Forum In 1996, Khan founded a political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which emphasized on anti-corruption policies.[8][34] The newly formed party was unable to win a seat during the 1997 Pakistani general election.[35] Khan supported General Pervez Musharraf's military coup in 1999,[36] believing Musharraf would "end corruption, clear out the political mafias".[37] According to Khan, he was Musharraf's choice of Prime Minister in 2002 but turned down the offer.[38] The 2002 Pakistani general election were held in October across 272 constituencies. Khan anticipated doing well in the elections and was prepared to form a coalition if his party did not get a majority of the vote.[39] He was elected from the NA-71 constituency of Mianwali and being the only party member to have secured a seat, PTI won only 0.8% of the popular vote. Khan, who was sworn in as an MP on 16 November,[40] remained part of the Standing Committees on K ...
After this story was published, the All Pakistan Muslim League issued a statement denying that there is any truth in the allegation that an agreement had been struck between then military leader of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf, and President George Bush, to let American forces conduct operations against bin Laden inside Pakistan. The US and Pakistan struck a secret deal almost a decade ago permitting a US operation against Osama bin Laden on Pakistani soil similar to last week's raid that killed the al-Qaida leader, the Guardian has learned. The deal was struck between the military leader General Pervez Musharraf and President George Bush after Bin Laden escaped US forces in the mountains of Tora Bora in late 2001, according to serving and retired Pakistani and US officials. Under its terms, Pakistan would allow US forces to conduct a unilateral raid inside Pakistan in search of Bin Laden, his deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri, and the al-Qaida No3. Afterwards, both sides agreed, Pakistan would vociferously ...
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