Critics Doubt Musharraf Vow to Leave Army Role Last December, Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf pledged to step down as head of the army at the end of 2004 and move the country back toward democratic government. But now Musharraf says voters want him keep his military post, fueling doubts he'll resign. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.
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Critics Doubt Musharraf Vow to Leave Army Role

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Critics Doubt Musharraf Vow to Leave Army Role

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Critics Doubt Musharraf Vow to Leave Army Role

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Last December, Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf pledged to step down as head of the army at the end of 2004 and move the country back toward democratic government. But now Musharraf says voters want him keep his military post, fueling doubts he'll resign. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.