Pakistan PM calls MPs to arms: 'Save democracy':
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, made a strong pitch for democracy in a country plagued by military coups when he defiantly urged MPs of all parties to support him, saying they had to choose between democracy and dictatorship as a growing confrontation with the Army pointed to his possible ouster. Ref. Source 2
Real estate tycoon brands Pak CJ's son 'Don' running country's judiciary
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Pakistani real estate tycoon Malik Riaz, implicated in the Arsalan case, has said the Chief Justice's son Arsalan Iftikhar is a 'don' and he is the one running the country's judiciary.
Source: Property News
Pakistan plans to destroy minority identities in Parliament
In a recent press release, the President of the Pakistan Christian Congress claimed that his government was planning to amend its constitution, replacing the phrase, Reserved seats for Christians, Hindus, Ahmadi, Sikh and others, to simply "Non-Muslims," thus destroying the separate identities of millions of religious minorities living in the Islamic Republic.
Source: Worthy Christian News
Is Pakistan's military 'engineering' the election? Political leaders in Balochistan province claim they are being threatened to switch parties, alleging army involvement. Source 9o.