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Musharraf to Get Back For Pak Election

Pakistan's ex-president Pervez Musharraf told on Friday he would come back home this month after just about three years in Dubai and take part in a approaching general election.

Parliament is due to be melted by March 16, after which an temporary administration will take over to supervise the run-up to the election to be grasped within 90 days.

Musharraf taken power in a 1999 takeover and concisely imposed a state of emergency in Pakistan before quitting in 2008.

"I have determined to go back to Pakistan within a week of the shaping of the interim government," he told reporters in Dubai, saying he considered this would take place on March 16. Asked if he planned to run for president, Musharraf said: "The presidency will come at a later stage. Now I'm going back for the parliamentary elections and hope my party does well."

Some media reports have told Musharraf, who looks the threat of arrest in Pakistan on pleadings that he failed to provide satisfactory security to former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto before her assassination in 2007, will look for Saudi help in acquiring guarantees that he will not be detained.

"I don't perceive any reason why I should be arrested," Musharraf said. "We will perceive what will go on when I land in the airport and take action reported to that."

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