President Pervez Musharraf brought Benazir Bhutto out of exile to establish a show of unity against violent radicals in Waziristan.
Bhutto is trying to make the most of the opening by publicly calling for Musharraf to separate his presidency from leadership of the armed forces.
Bhutto wants some assurance that Musharraf won't stuff her in the coal bin once the crisis is under control. Musharraf wants a failsafe hold on power just in case the elections turn in a crazy/dangerous result (or maybe even just in case his power is threatened, period--I'm inclined to grant the benefit of the doubt).
NEW YORK: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairperson Benazir Bhutto said that her party would not accept President Pervez Musharraf in uniform.I hope that Bhutto will eventually compromise. Perhaps something other than doffing the military duds will appease Bhutto.
Responding to a question regarding the re-election of President Musharraf from the present assemblies, she is said that it is a controversial matter and she would take recourse to the court if he tries to get re-elected from the present assemblies.
Pakistan, next to Iraq and Iran, is the biggest concern when it comes to terrorist activity.