According to the Guardian newspaper, Musharraf’s problems are far from over. Though covered for his military coup in 1999 by a constitutional amendment, he has no such protection for the state of emergency he declared last fall, and is thus open to prosecution as long as he remains in Pakistan.
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There are also a lot of people-mainly Islamic militants-who want to kill him. According to the Hindu newspaper, “Musharraf’s exit is unlikely to undo Pakistani militants.“
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