LAHORE - President Supreme Court Bar Association Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan has expressed the hope that the ruling coalition would restore the judges within three days after President Pervez Musharraf has stepped down. Talking to media here Monday Aitzaz said in accordance with the Islamabad Declaration, announced by the principal partners in the ruling coalition on August 6, judges could be restored within five minutes. After Islamabad Declaration, he said, there was no question of minus-one or minus-two formula therefore all judges must be restored in line with the Murree Declaration.  Aitzaz also congratulated the legal fraternity over the removal of Musharraf and success of their struggle and announced to observe August 19 (today) as 'Thanksgiving Day'. He said the coalition of four parties has achieved greatly by forcing Musharraf out of power. Aitzaz further said that Musharraf should have quit on July 20, 2007 when the Supreme Court had restored Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary as Chief Justice of Pakistan. To a question about the future President of the country, he said it should a PPP man from a smaller province. HRCP welcomes President's resignation The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) while welcoming ouster of Musharraf has called upon the elected government to wholeheartedly attend to sorting out the problems of the people. Chairperson of the Commission Asma Jahangir stated here on Monday now the public expectations with the government have gone up and it must do with sincere and dedication to live up to their expectations to address their problems. She said resignation by Musharraf was one of a few benign acts, which he did to the nation during his nine years tenure however nobody was there to mourn his removal from power. She said had Musharraf a real love for the country he should have resigned immediately after February 18 elections. Asma further said after the removal of Musharraf the responsibilities of the government had increased for which the coalition must stay together and act wisely in the interest of the country. "Increasing price hike, location of the missing persons, security of the citizens, law and order, unemployment and economic dwindling are some problems, which call for immediate attention of the government," she added.