IMPEACHMENT OF GENERAL PERVEZ (MOHAJIR) MUSHARRAF IS IMPEACHMENT OF ISLAM & KORAN
Date: 07 Aug 2008
THE FOUNDATION STONE OF PAKISTAN.
FOR THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW:
THE FOUNDATION STONE OF PAKISTAN WAS THE BLOOD, TEARS, FLESH AND BONES OF THE INNOCENT HINDUS AND SIKHS KILLED, MASSACRED AND SLAUGHTERED THERE IN THEIR MILLIONS DURING 1947.
THEY WERE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE FINAL DEPARTURE OF THE BRITISH RULERS AND THE GLOW OF NEW POLITICAL FREEDOM.
IT WAS THE CURSES AND SIGHS, CRIES AND TEARS, OF THE INNOCENT GIRLS AND WOMEN WHO KILLED THEMSELVES, OR WERE KILLED BY THEIR OWN FATHERS AND BROTHERS, AND THOSE WHO JUMPED INTO DEEP WELLS TO SAVE THEIR HONOUR FROM ALL THE WILD MOHAMMEDS GONE BERSERK WHO WERE CHASING THEM, AND THOSE UNLUCKY TO BE ABDUCTED BY FORCE AND THEN RAPED, ENSLAVED OR KILLED OUTRIGHT.
(SHAME ON THE RULING PARTY & DYNASTY OF INDIA, WHO HAVE DELETED THE WORDS “PARTITION” & “HOLOCAUST OF HINDUS” FROM THEIR TREACHEROUS MISLEADING CONSTITUTION.)
IT WAS THE ILLEGITIMATE BIRTH OF A "BASTARD" STATE TAKEN OUT FROM THE BODY OF (MOTHER) INDIA WHEN MOHAMMED A.J. WAS ENCOURAGED BY THE BRITISH VICEROY AND HIS LABOUR GOVERNMENT BACK IN LONDON TO HOLD DOWN THE SECULAR TOLERANT LADY TO BE RAPED BY JINN.
THAT PAKISTAN, BORN OUT OF HATRED, TREASON, BETRAYAL, ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM, SAVAGERY, MURDER & MAYHEM, IS IN DEATH THROES NOW, ITS 61ST. BIRTHDAY.
Impeachment threat for Musharraf
President Musharraf has said he would rather resign than be impeached Pakistan's ruling coalition parties say they have agreed "in principle" to start impeachment proceedings against President Pervez Musharraf.
Party representatives are said to be looking at a draft impeachment resolution, but further details about how it may proceed were not available.
The president's allies were defeated in elections in February, but he has so far resisted pressure to quit.
Latest reports say Mr Musharraf has cancelled a trip to the Olympics.
News agencies quoted the foreign ministry as saying Prime Minister Yousef Raza Gilani would attend the Games' opening ceremony in Beijing instead.
STEPS TO IMPEACHMENT
Impeachment proposers need 50% majority in Senate or National Assembly President given notice of impeachment, and has three days to respond Joint session of Senate and Assembly must be held between 7 and 14 days later to investigate charges.
If resolution presented, joint session must approve with two-thirds majority.
OTHER POSSIBLE SCENARIO
President dissolves parliament, placing country under emergency rule to prevent impeachment
But there has been no confirmation from the president's office.
Correspondents say the question of whether or not to impeach Mr Musharraf has threatened to divide the coalition.
Asif Ali Zardari's Pakistan People's Party (PPP) formed an alliance with the PML-N of former Prime Minister Narwaz Sharif after defeating Mr Musharraf's political allies in February.
But they have since been split over the issues of presidential impeachment and the reinstatement of judges sacked by President Musharraf during a state of emergency in November.
Exactly what course of action Mr Sharif and Mr Zardari have decided to take is expected to be announced at a joint news conference later.
The BBC's Mark Dummett in Islamabad says an impeachment would take Pakistani politics into new territory since no Pakistani leader has faced impeachment before.
There has been no response from the president himself, but his supporters in parliament have said they will fight any attempt to remove him.
The PPP and PML-N coalition parties do not have the two-thirds majority needed to pass an impeachment resolution, so would need opposition support.
Correspondents say some opposition parties do not support impeachment and nor do some members of the PPP itself - so there is scepticism that such a majority could be reached.
The president has previously said he would prefer to resign than face impeachment.
Last year, he gave up control of the army, the country's most powerful institution, but he retains the power to dissolve parliament.
How the military reacts to any efforts to oust him would be crucial in determining his fate.