Mark Sappenfield

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South Asia Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor

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As expected, Pakistan’s  President Pervez Musharaf  was  re-elected  by national and local parliaments this weekend, even though he’s still the Army’s Chief of Staff.

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