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October 2010

Musharraf comeback looks remote


* Musharraf plans to contest elections by 2013
* No support for Musharraf by any politician, leader

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s ex-military ruler Pervez Musharraf has spent two years building a Facebook following and cultivating the media, but few believe his audacious plan to recapture power has any chance of success.

Aside from the small matter of possible death or arrest if he steps foot on home soil, there is little sign he can win over the politicians he alienated, the judges he sacked, his former underlings at the military or the Americans.
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Musharraf seeks apology from Pakistani nation

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LONDON: Former president Gen. (Retd.) Pervez Musharraf Friday admitted that political mistakes were committed in the twilight years of his regime and sought apology from Pakistani nation for the same.

“These mistakes caused damage to the country,” he said while addressing a program held here to formally announce launching of his party – All Pakistan Muslim League (APML).Read More »Musharraf seeks apology from Pakistani nation