Pakistani democratic forces should work with army, says outgoing U.S. envoy Cameron MunterJul 23, 12:23 pm
"All democratic institutions should work together... (Though) it is certainly not easy that the parliament, the judiciary and the executive would be able to function in tandem with the army, as it would take time to adjust to such an anomaly," The Nation quoted Munter, as saying.
"I am a diplomat and speak nothing but the truth, as I confess that I am quite impressed with all politicians of Pakistan, including an impressive Maulana Fazlur Rehman," Munter said.
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