Musharraf aides say the exiled leader will not be sent back this time.
The Pakistani leader was chosen by parliament for a new term in October, but the country’s supreme court put a hold on results while it examined complaints that the constitution banned military officers from contesting presidential ballots.
“Someone needs to tell Genenral Musharraf the definition of democracy & the role of army, judiciary and media in it”
Azee, Boston, USA
The supreme court, manned with judges appointed by Musharraf, on Thursday dismissed the final legal challenges to Musharraf’s re-election, paving the way for him to take a new oath of office as a civilian president.