ISLAMABAD- The Supreme Court issued today a detailed order on a case regarding the removal of former president Pervez Musharraf’s name from the Exit Control List (ECL). In the four-page verdict, written by Justice Nasirul Mulk, the apex court raised five questions: 1) Was the court’s April 8, 2013, decision interim? 2) On the basis of integration of law, was the interim decision included in the final decision? 3) Can the Sindh High Court (SHC) suspend the April 5, 2013, decision to put Musharraf’s name on the ECL? 4) Can Musharraf be allowed to travel abroad without changing the court order? 5) Is the government’s decision to put Musharraf’s name on the ECL according to the 2010 rules? On June 23, 2014 the top court had suspended the SHC’s June 12 verdict regarding the removal of the former president’s name from the ECL. The SHC had ordered the government to remove Musharraf’s name from the ECL. However, it had also granted a 15-day time period in which federal government could file an appeal in the SC against the order.