Pakistan - Musharraf NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Islamabad that Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has unilaterally amended his country's constitution, giving himself the power to dismiss parliament and create a new national security council. The amendments will also allow Musharraf to remain president and armed forces chief after parliamentary elections in October.
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NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Islamabad that Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has unilaterally amended his country's constitution, giving himself the power to dismiss parliament and create a new national security council. The amendments will also allow Musharraf to remain president and armed forces chief after parliamentary elections in October.