OVER A COFFEE Bangladesh, Italy, or early elections?—Dr Haider Shah
Pakistan today stands at a crossroads, where any adventurous move on the part of the major decision makers can put the country on a road that can plunge it into an abysmal future. The Pakistan People’s Party-led government thinks that, like Samson’s hair, the power and soul of the constitution lie in its single Article 248 that mentions immunity for the president and governors from criminal prosecution.
The writer teaches public policy in the UK and is the founding member of the Rationalist Society of Pakistan. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org