The parliament’s decision came after five days of debate in which lawmakers expressed major concern that Pakistan’s 550,000-man army could become entangled in an unwinnable conflict. . . .Things are bad when the Pakistani government is more sensible than you are.
Instead, the resolution approved by Pakistan’s parliament warned that the Yemen crisis “could plunge the region into turmoil” if a negotiated peace and settlement was not reached soon. “This bombing needs to be stopped because, as long as this is happening, the peace process can’t be launched,” Mohsin Khan Leghari, a Pakistani senator, said on the floor of parliament Friday.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
About Yemen, Pakistan is Smarter than Washington
Saudi Arabia made a formal request to Pakistan to help them in their intervention in Yemen's civil strife. Pakistan's Parliament voted unanimously not to get involved: