Pakistani Former Prime Minister’s Returning to Power Will not Affect Elimination of Contradiction in Country: Head of DEVAMM
Azerbaijan, Baku /corr. Trend I.Alizade / Changing the Government in Pakistan and returning to the governance of the former Prime Minister, Benezir Bkhutto, will not affect the elimination of the religious contradiction in the Country, said the Head of the Center for Protection of Religious Freedoms (DEVAMM), Ilgar Ibrahimoglu.
According to Ibrahimoglu, the key reason for the religious problems in Pakistan is the insufficient development of the civil society in the Country.
"An expression appears that Pakistan has lost influence on the processes in the Country. This situation has not appeared within one day. The virus of 'vahabizm' infected Pakistan and put its roots here. Logically it the continuation of the events in Afghanistan and Chechen," said the Head of DEVAMM.
According to Ibrahimoglu, no importance was attached to the development of the Islam in Pakistan from the point of view of formation of civil society. "It caused domination of the radical and extremist factors in the society," he added. The radical elements in Afghanistan, Chechen, Iraq and Afghanistan will appear in Saudi Arabia. The Muslim countries should take avoid corruption, hold democratic and free elections and carry out emergent reforms, Ibrahimoglu said.
Former Prime Minister, Benezir Bkhutto, who lives as immigrant in Great Britain promised that if he can come to power, he will carry out serious fighting against extremist forces, saying that he has special program. Several days ago, the President of Pakistan, Parviz Musharraf, met with Bkhutto, in Saudi Arabia.
"I think that Musharraf has something to discuss with Bkhutto because one of them played a great role in the appearance and other one in development of the radical flow. This process may be prevented only through enlightenment and ideological propaganda," Ibrahimoglu said