The recent indictment from the General has also placed a hold on the upcoming elections, which can be costly to the government of Pakistan, which also has irreparable effects on the militaries that may be affected by such actions in the future.
The civil unrest in the country is also dangerous, as many of the Pakistan people have found that they dislike General Musharraf as a president, and they want to have an election as previously planned. The state of emergency that General Musharraf has placed on the country’s elections will hold indefinitely, or until there is some sort of civil order brought back to the country.
President Bush declared on Monday to General Musharraf that General Musharraf will be making a volatile mistake if he does not hold elections, lift the state of emergency and give up his position in the military. The US military has long been allies with the Pakistan governments, tying in the troops for the fight against such rebel and terrorist units as Al Qaeda.
There have also been talks that there may be a move to cut the funding that the US gives to Al Qaeda on a yearly basis, which can hurt the infrastructure of the Pakistan military, and the relationship that they have with the US Military.
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