Pervez Musharraf's days as President of Pakistan are numbered. What happens after he steps down? What happens to Pakistan's nukes? To the campaign against the Taliban? I explore those issues at Pajamas Media.
President Musharraf’s political party (PML-Q) has been heavily defeated at the polls by a coalition led by two major opposition parties. The opposition has probably won enough seats to form a new government. The Telegraph reports Musharraf’s exit is now days, not months away. And the man with the power to determine the shape of the new government is a man with close ties to AQ Khan, presided over the development of Pakistan’s nuclear program and has just returned from exile in Saudi Arabia.