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Pakistan: Significant Recent Events, March 26-June 21, 2007
Susan G. Chesser (au)
In 2007, many saw Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf as facing the most serious challenges to his authority since he wrested control of Pakistanńˇ╗s government in a 1999 coup. Set off by the March 9, 2007 suspension of the chief justice, Pakistanńˇ╗s citizenry grew vocal in its objections to Musharraf. Subsequent restrictions on the media increased the outrage, and journalists joined thousands of lawyers and social activists in the streets to demonstrate against the president and demand his resignation. Pro-government groups countered, resulting in factional fighting and bloodshed. In addition, long hours without electricity and safe water, historically high temperatures, and natural disasters, set much of Pakistanńˇ╗s population of 165 million on edge. On top of this, ńˇýTalibanizationńˇŁ spread throughout the tribal areas and into major cities. This report lists, in chronological order, significant events that took place in or affected Pakistan or involved Pakistanńˇ╗s relations with the U.S. or neighboring countries, such as Afghanistan, India, Iran, or China, from March 26 through June 21, 2007. This is a print on demand report.
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