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article imagePakistan After Bhutto

By MadMoneyWannabe     Dec 29, 2007 in World
As Pakistan mourns over the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, the Pakistani people have begun to think of what's next for the nation. Bhutto supporters have expressed their anger with violent riots in the location of Bhutto's death.
According to Yahoo News, many of the leading Pakistani people believe that the only way to further civil unrest is the formation of a broad-based coalition government, or a "national government of consensus." This government would be established to tackle extremist forces of the attack and other cases.
The director of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, I.A. Rehman agrees with the establishment of this type of government:
Pakistan's survival depends on the earliest possible transition to democracy and the formation of an all-party national government.
The next election are scheduled for January 8th even though there has been no word on the voting status after Bhutto's assassination. Even if the elections go on, there will still be a problem whether the new parliament will or could work with President Pervez Musharraf.
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