14 February 2008 Edition

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14 February 2008

Hospital staff face job losses, 99% air traffic controllers vote for action, Hotel workers' pay order quashed, Aer Lingus talks break down and €116k awarded to restaurant worker Free article

INTERNATIONAL : Ruling Musharraf party's support at all-time low

14 February 2008

IT IS expected that general elections will be held in Pakistan on 18 February 2008 but this is an election that nearly wasn't. In last November, and in the middle of a constitutional crisis and state of emergency declared by Pakistan's president, Pervez Musharraf, elections were 'on the back burner' with no date set. Five days later, on 8 November, Musharraf announced the election would be held by 15 February. Then, the Pakistani president changed his mind again, and suggested 8 January. After the killing of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, at a rally on 27 December, the Election Commission announced that the election would be postponed till 18 February. Free article

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