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Even if the Opposition resigns, Musharraf will be re-elected, says Minister

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr Sher Afghan Khan Niazi has said that President Musharraf would be reelected for a second time, even if the opposition resigns.

Islamabad, May 19 : Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr Sher Afghan Khan Niazi has said that President Musharraf would be reelected for a second time, even if the opposition resigns.

Speaking to a private TV channel, Niazi said that the present assembly would reelect Musharraf as president for a second term and no condition of approval from all four provincial assemblies existed. He said the next general elections would be held by January 15, 2008.

The budget for 2007-08 would be presented in the National Assembly on June 9, he was quoted by the Daily Times, as saying.

ANI

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