Musharraf’s Democracy


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On Saturday November 3, 2007, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf declared a state of emergency for the country. He suspended the constitution, which he revised after his bloodless coup in 1999, fired Supreme Court justices (“a judiciary at ‘cross purposes’ with the rest of the government,” Musharraf said), and blocked all cable and independent news media

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