Pakistani lawyers march for judges’ reinstatement

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  • Violence

    It is concerning to read about lawyers hanging, beating and setting on fire an effigy of Musharraff, however dislikable a character he is - shouldn't lawyers be upholding the rule of law rather than encouraging mob violence?

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  • Lawyers to the fore!

    It is fantastic to read stories in which solicitors are the leading lights in pushing for positive change. In stark contrast to our (unfair) reputation here as cynical bloodsuckers. Take note ye public!

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  • 28/42 days

    Good for them. I know if the government ever tried to interfere with British justice I'd be out in the streets protesting. If they tried to take away jury trials for certain crimes, for example. Or keep people locked up for weeks without charge. Actually, hang on...

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  • Terrorism

    A stable Pakistan is vital if we want to prevent terrorism (it neighbours Afghanistan) and avoid further battle between Kashmiri Pakistanis and Kashmiri Indians. Lawyers at the forefront of world peace? MAN we're good!

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