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06/09/2008

Et le Pakistan?

Au Pakistan il ne faut pas être fou, mais ça aide...

 

Ce pays islamique qui est également une puissance nucléaire  élit président un homme souffrant de troubles mentaux. En plus de la liste longue d’accusation de corruption qui a accompagne la carrière de Mr Asif Ali Zardari, veuf de Benazir Bhutto et nouveau président du Pakistan, condamne entre autres par les tribunaux suisses, voici que selon wikipedia ce nouveau président en charge d’une puissance nucléaire serait aussi afflige de troubles mentaux. 

 Le dessin ci-dessous est eloquent: C'est le retour d'un gouvernement democratique au Pakistan qui est mis gravement en question par le choix d'un tel candidat. fe60884c2df8197677e317f0403bc703.jpg

 

Mental illness (wikipedia article about Mr Zardari) 


The British newspaper Daily Telegraph has revealed on August 26, 2008 issue that Asif Ali Zardari is suffering from mental illnesses
Mr Zardari, co-chair of the Pakistan People's Party, was diagnosed with a range of psychiatric illnesses, including dementia, major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

The illnesses were said to be linked to the fact that he has spent 11 of the past 20 years in Pakistani prisons fighting charges of corruption. He claims to have been tortured during his incarceration.

In March 2007, New York psychiatrist Philip Saltiel found that Mr Zardari's time in detention left him with severe "emotional instability", memory loss and concentration problems, according to court documents seen by the Financial Times.
Due to this diagnosis by medical experts, the constitution of Pakistan prohibits any person from running in the presidental elections. Also, if such cases arise during the term of a president, the Parliament and Senate have the right to remove that person.