Highest Court’s Decision to Restore Chief Justice Is a Political Blow

Highest Court’s Decision to Restore Chief Justice Is a Political Blow
The Ledger – A Pakistani lawyer kisses a portrait of Pakistan’s Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry during a celebration of the nation’s highest court’s ruling. The court blocked Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s bid to remove the justice
Source: www.theledger.com

Court swats Musharraf in judge case
Houston Chronicle – ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN — The Supreme Court on Friday ruled that President Pervez Musharraf had no authority to suspend Pakistan’s top judge and ordered him reinstated, a major blow to the standing of the general who has been a key U.S. ally against
Source: www.chron.com


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