Azerbaijan, Baku, 20 August / Trend corr. D.Khatinoglu, G.Ahmadova / Since Pakistani President Parviz Musharraf has exhausted authority amongst population; his resignation will play an important role to establish stability in the country. "Musharraf made right choice and resigned from the position," Abdulanis Hay, Pakistani expert on internal affairs, told Trend .
On 17 August, Pakistani President resigned from his position after nine years governing in the office. Touching upon the situation after Musharraf's resignation, Hay said that the Pakistani population was concerned about the final decision by the ruling coalition and who would be elected to the presidential post.
According to the expert, during Musharraf's presidency the opposition Popular party and Muslim- League party's wing Nawaz Sharif united against him, however, they will keep on the solidarity after Musharraf's resignation. "Popular party and Muslim- League party's wing Nawaz Sharif had been rivals before Musharraf's governing and still continue their disagreements," Hay said via a telephone from Islamabad. If parties, united in the ruling coalition, will feel that they can govern the country themselves, they will attempt to remove other rival parties.
Another Pakistani expert and professor on political sciences in the Guaid - I Azam University, Tarig Rahman, told Trend that Musharraf's resignation would reinforce the democratic tendencies in Pakistan and save country from the possible split. "President's resignation will create condition to re-appoint judges, who were dismissed in 2007," Rahman said.
At present, the parties - members of the ruling coalition in Pakistan hold meetings regarding the presidential elections. According to the information released by Pakistani media, the ruling coalition has to take final decision regarding judges within 24 hours. Rahman said that both Popular party and Muslim- League party's wing Nawaz Sharif have general attitude with regard to dismissed judges. However, no solidarity has been felt between the parties on other issues.
"One can consider Musharraf as dictator, and others can approve his policy, but the public opinion will condemn him for a long period," Rahman said.
The Afghan Ava agency reported referring to the United States based News Week newspaper that Musharraf will leave for Saudi Arabia soon.
Touching upon the information, Hay said that most people including officials want to sue act against Mushrraf. People is ready to involve Musharraf to court due to capture of civil in the Lal Mosque by radical Muslims in 2007 and blood operations that the Government took against the , as well as the military operations against Beluchs in the Baluchistan. "Musharraf has to leave the country and put an end to scandal," Hay said.
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