‘Door to military adventurism shut forever’

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Appreciating the role of lawyers’ community in the movement for the reinstatement of judges, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Monday said sacrifices by lawyers, particularly youngsters who stood for the judiciary, had ensured that the door of military adventurism was closed once and for all. He was talking to former Attorney General for the US and a civil and human rights lawyer William Ramsey Clark who called on the chief justice on Monday. The CJ recalled his visit to the US in 2008 and the support Clark had provided for the cause of rule of law and independence of judiciary in Pakistan.

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  1. He is opening the doors again after all he served with them for 7 years. Total idiot and how can we forget that he was with Pervez Musharraf as PCO CJ for 7 years. Only stood up when his own corruption was exposed and then the struggle (so called) was with Nawaz Sharid money, so the first thing he did was clear Nawaz Sharif of the hijacking charges for which he was convicted and exiled. Funny isn’t it and we have short memories.

  2. Can he not shut his mouth, judiciary is supposed to speak it by its verdicts but this man can not go to sleep unless he makes a political statement every day.

  3. You are wrong there my lord. The only change is the addition of one more address to visit when the time comes.

  4. Whome is he telling this.Nobody asked him.Why is he issuing political statements.Is'nt he violating his constitutional oath and limits?This is called Judicial Adventurism Mr.Chaudhery.Army has better sense than this person.

  5. He is opening the doors again after all he served with them for 7 years. Total idiot and how can we forget that he was with Pervez Musharraf as PCO CJ for 7 years. Only stood up when his own corruption was exposed and then the struggle (so called) was with Nawaz Sharid money, so the first thing he did was clear Nawaz Sharif of the hijacking charges for which he was convicted and exiled. Funny isn't it and we have short memories.

  6. Sounds like someone wants to provoke the military, maybe he should stop talking and start working.

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