Court Backs Musharraf's Plan to Hold Power A Supreme Court packed with his supporters opens the way for Gen. Pervez Musharraf to continue as Pakistan's president while resigning as chief of the armed forces. But a state of emergency remains in place in Pakistan.
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Court Backs Musharraf's Plan to Hold Power

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Court Backs Musharraf's Plan to Hold Power

Court Backs Musharraf's Plan to Hold Power

Court Backs Musharraf's Plan to Hold Power

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A series of high-court rulings pave the way for Gen. Pervez Musharraf to continue as Pakistan's president while resigning as chief of the armed forces. But a state of emergency remains in place in Pakistan. U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte met with Musharraf over the weekend, but the visit produced few results.