ISLAMABAD - Welcoming the Supreme Courts verdict of declaring General (r) Pervez Musharrafs November 3, 2007 acts as unconstitutional, Aiwan-e-Sadr on Friday termed the apex courts decision a victory of the democratic forces over dictatorship. Reacting to the short order, Spokesman to the President, Farhatullah Babar, said, The Supreme Courts short order today (Friday) declaring the November 3, 2007 actions of Gen Pervez Musharaf as unconstitutional is a triumph of the democratic principles, a stinging negation of dictatorship and is most welcome. The short verdict is what the PPP and President Asif Zardari have all along maintained against the dictatorship of Gen Musharraf, Babar added. He recalled that soon after the November 3 declaration of emergency, the former prime minister and Chairperson PPP Benazir Bhutto had cut short her visit to Dubai and rushed to Pakistan to challenge the emergency and dictatorship even at the risk of her life. The negation and rejection of dictatorship and its actions of November 3, 2007, on Friday by the Supreme Court is a triumph of the principles for which the party (PPP) fought and its chairperson Benazir Bhutto and countless workers laid down their lives, he said. He further said that as details of the judgment were still awaited, it was premature to comment on the judgment in detail at this stage. APP adds: Hailing the decision of the Supreme Court for declaring the November 3 emergency as unconstitutional, Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Friday said this would be a good omen for the future of democracy in the country.