Azerbaijan, Baku / corr Trend R.Hafizoglu / The assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the former Premier of Pakistan and the leader of National Leader of Pakistan, will probable lead to the civil war in the country, Abdulakhay Anis, a Pakistani expert, said in a telephone interview for Trend from Islamabad, on 28 December.
Bhutto died on 27 Dec, as a result of the terror attacks in Rawalpindi. The organizers of the assassination of Bhutto, a real candidate for the presidential post and recognized as the major opposition force in the country, are still not known.
According to Anus, the mass protest actions has covered the Pakistan. The protestors attacked the police in some big cities, including Islamabad. The expert said that police and army will hardly be able to control the situation and it can lead to a new political crisis in the country as well as the war the civil war.
"Various opposition forces were interested in her assassination," the expert said. He did not rule out the placement of the US army in Pakistan, in case the situation goes out of control.
During her pre-election speeches Bhutto promised to close down madrasahs functioning in the Pakistan and reduce the number of nuclear war-heads.