Pervez Musharraf

Contest Info

  • Started: 8/18/2008 17:00
  • Ended: 8/21/2008 18:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 42
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
Pervez Musharraf
Contest Directions: Pakistan's president Pervez Musharraf has announced his resignation, to avoid the impeachment charges on violation of the constitution and ruining the country's economy and democracy. Musharraf came to power after a military coup in 1999.
To mark the resignation of Pervez Musharraf, photoshop him any way you wish. Some examples are: show what or who really ruined Musharraf's presidency, show what professions he may choose now, merge Musharraf with other politician or celebrity, create new scandals surrounding his persona (on magazine covers, etc.). These are just some ideas.

Contest Info

    • Started: 8/18/2008 17:00
    • Ended: 8/21/2008 18:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 42
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
This gallery only contains our top 42 selections from its parent contest Pervez Musharraf. All 42 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Islamic Thunder

    Islamic Thunder
  • Expelled - Movie Poster

    Expelled - Movie Poster
  • Musharraf as female

    Musharraf as female
  • Pervez Musharraf

    Pervez Musharraf
  • Free Agent

    Free Agent
  • Moving Day!

    Moving Day!
  • There's A Mu'Sheriff in Town

    There's A Mu'Sheriff in Town
  • "Lost" Musharraf

  • The Pakistan Chef in Muppet Show

    The Pakistan Chef in Muppet Show
  • Musharraf goes on holiday

    Musharraf goes on holiday
  • Oh No You Di'Nt

    Oh No You Di'Nt
  • Snoop Dog Musharraf

    Snoop Dog Musharraf
  • Bollywood Star Musharraf

    Bollywood Star Musharraf
  • Where Will He Go Now?

    Where Will He Go Now?
  • Musharraf Keeps Bin Ladden

    Musharraf Keeps Bin Ladden
  • Welcome to Wal-Mart

    Welcome to Wal-Mart
  • Pervez Musharraf

    Pervez Musharraf
  • Both been there for years anyway

    Both been there for years anyway
  • Missile Man

    Missile Man

  • Musharraf

  • Musharraf Telemarketing

    Musharraf Telemarketing
  • Goodbye Musharraf

    Goodbye Musharraf
  • Pervez Musharraf

    Pervez Musharraf
  • Top Perv

    Top Perv
  • Musharraf Bounty Hunter

    Musharraf Bounty Hunter
  • Mushy on Jeopardy

    Mushy on Jeopardy
  • Musharraf 's Nightmare

    Musharraf 's Nightmare
  • Reverand Musharraf

    Reverand Musharraf
  • Pervez Musharraf

    Pervez Musharraf
  • Pervez Musharraf on pommel horse

    Pervez Musharraf on pommel horse
  • Retirement

  • Gladiator, his favorite movie

    Gladiator, his favorite movie
  • Disguised

  • I did my best

    I did my best
  • Musharrafa Claus

    Musharrafa Claus
  • Back to the origin

    Back to the origin
  • Mushy Pulling A Harding for Gold

    Mushy Pulling A Harding for Gold
  • Pakistani mug

    Pakistani mug

  • New Job for Musharraf

    New Job for Musharraf
  • day 10 and Musharraf is evicted from BB

    day 10 and Musharraf is evicted from BB
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Pervez Musharraf (born on August 11, 1943) is a military figure, political and statesman of Pakistan. The General, President of Pakistan, came to power in 1999 as a result of a bloodless military coup d'etat. Biography Musharraf was born in Delhi into the family of a clerk working in the Ministry of External Affairs, and was the second of three sons. In 1947, he moved to Karachi (Pakistan) along with his family. Musharraf spent his childhood years in Turkey since his father served there as a diplomat. In Pakistan, he studied in Christian schools and then received military training in the Military Academy. Subsequently, Musharraf took part in two wars against India. Military coup d'etat In confrontation with Pervez Musharraf, Omar Sharif suspected that Musharraf had plans to seize power and decided to strike the first blow. On October 11, 1999, when Musharraf was returning back from a foreign trip, the Prime Minister Sharif dismissed the commander and issued orders not to allow the landing of Musharraf's aircraft in Pakistan. The reaction of the military personnel appeared to be quick - armed forces came forward against the prime minister. Having learned about the decision of the prime minister, General Musharraf cut-short his visit to Sri Lanka and came back home. The airplane in which General Musharraf was traveling safely landed at Karachi airport, where he was met by a large group of like-minded people, and on October, 12, 1999 Musharraf headed the bloodless military coup d'etat against Sharif's government. Within several hours, the army divisions took the main governmental buildings, TV and airports in leading cities of the country under its control. The Prime Minister and General Ziauddin Butt, who was appointed the day before as a replacement for Musharraf, and also Sartaj Aziz, Foreign Minister of Pakistan and Mushahid Hussain, Minister for Information and Broadcasting were kept under house arrest. Soon, Musharraf took over the reins of Pakistan. Musharraf was called the "Chief Executive". An emergency was imposed in the country and military suspended the functioning of the constitution and legislative organs and central and regional governments were dismissed. After the coup, a new federal body – the National Safety Council was constituted. The National Safety Council was formed to assist the Chief Executive (from 2001 – President) in issues relating to Islamic ideology, national safety and other important issues pertaining to national policies. President The new military ruler promised to put an end to corruption and on the international front, resume talks with India on the Kashmir issue and with Afghanistan on terrorism. The supreme court of Pakistan ordered Musharraf to hold elections by October 2002 and bring democratic governance into the country. On June 20, 2001, Pervez Musharraf took the oath as President of Pakistan replacing Rafiq Tarar and after obtaining the consent for taking the oath of the president from Irshad Hasan Khan, Chief Justice of Supreme court. Thus, musharraf kept the posts of chief executive and chief of the Army Staff to himself. In October 2002, Musharraf promised to conduct new parliamentary elections so as to address the parliament with a request to choose him as president for a five year term. The declaration of Musharraf as president of Pakistan lead to protests from Benazir Bhutto, leader of Pakistan People's Party, accusing the General for violation of the constitution. In 2004, Shaukat Aziz was sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan. Struggle for re-election On October 6, 2007, the presidential elections were conducted and General Musharraf, the existing head of state, won the elections. The Supreme Court however, refused to acknowledge the legality of his election till he resigns from army service. Resignation On August 18, 2008, Pervez Musharraf voluntarily retired from the post of President of Pakistan since the impeachment procedure was under threat, which was appointed for this day. The stand of Western countries and the USA, which refused to lend support and stand by Pakistan's army, which refused to undertake any measures to protect the President if his impeachment is announced, lead to the resignation of Pervez Musharraf under the guarantee of his own safety. Personal life Musharraf takes great interest in sports and in leisure time plays squash, badminton and golf. He goes rows a canoe, loves water sports and card games. One of the hobbies of Musharraf is military history. As it was informed in print, his favorite film is"Gladiator", which is about an ancient Roman commander, fighting against a vicious emperor. In 2006, participating in a television program on channel Geo Television during the fourth anniversary of this private television channel, Musharraf, answering questions by children, admitted that he is a bad cook: "I only know how French toast is made. I taught my wife how to make that".

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