How Pakistan prevails over Egypt in democracy

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  1. farhan_9909

    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    While Egypt's military ousts an elected leader, Pakistan's stronger democracy holds its military to account for not searching, let alone finding, Osama bin Laden.

    Both Egypt and Pakistan, two of the largest Muslim countries, have struggled to show that Islam and democracy can be compatible. In recent days, however, each has gone down a very different path toward that worthy goal.

    In Egypt, millions of protesters took to the streets last week to demand the ouster of an elected Islamist president. On July 3, the military complied. That was hardly the best way for a young democracy to self-correct.

    In contrast, Pakistan not only saw its first peaceful handover of n elected civilian government last month, but on Monday, an official report was leaked that strongly criticizes all levels of government – especially the military – for failing to search for Osama bin Laden, even though the Al Qaeda leader had been living in Pakistan for nearly a decade.

    How Pakistan prevails over Egypt in democracy - CSMonitor.com
     
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    Vishwarupa Senior Member Senior Member

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    I have seen your democracy!! Military tried kargil without government knowledge & got kicked out by India.

    Now drones are screwing hell out of pakistan but paki government is not taking any action against its military. This is just few of the zillion examples about your democracy.

    pakistan is ruled by its military & government is their slave.
     
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    if amerika wants, pak can be worse than Egypt in 2 days. it''s just they need to withdraw from pak sea ports. but tumahara no. ayega
     
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    Tahir Ul Quadri's long march was a step towards having a same effect.
    Military was hopeful to piggyback on TUQ towards a larger role.
    That his long march failed has many reason and one of them is what you mentioned.
    Also one should not forget Kerry-Luger bill.
     
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    really :shocked: pakistan and egypt showed islam and democracy are compatible???? height of hypocricy
     
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    The Messiah Bow Before Me! Elite Member

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    lmao

    Egyptians are far ahead of pakis in domecracy, if they weren't then they wouldn't be protesting against a fundamentalist govt. Muslim brotherhood has less votes than secular/liberal parties but it won in 2nd round because it got all conservative votes while secular votes got split between 3 secular candidates.
     
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