They did what he presumably then wanted, and diagnosed him as suffering from “a range of serious illnesses including dementia, major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder in a series of medical reports spanning more than two years.”
“I do not foresee any improvement in these issues for at least a year,” wrote one of them in March 2007. Since then, Mr Zardari has
had his wife assassinated endured the assassination of his wife, not something which normally improves your mental health. But the High Commissioner in London, speaking on his behalf, told the FT he is now fit and well. So that’s all right then. Isn’t it.