Constitution of Pakistan is not the issue, the issue is of governance and corruption.
My parents left UK in early 70's to return to Pakistan, after having lived in UK for less than 7 years.
Stay in UK is not permanent. I know many who having established steady incomes here have moved back to Pakistan. I'm in the process of doing the same.
The way I look at it, Brits looted us back in the days so us earning here is not a big deal.
Thank you for being truthful. Please understand that I have no qualms with you guys living in the West, its none of my business and people are free to spend their life, as they please. My contention is with something else.
Sadly, I read the same "opportunism" (the taking of opportunities as and when they arise, regardless of planning or principle) and "hypocrisy" (behavior that contradicts what one claims to believe or feel) as the reasons for your continual stay there, the same that you have been accusing Miss Malala Yousufzai of. You had an opportunity for the betterment of your life and you took it, the little girl did the same. But the difference is that her life was at peril, yours isn't, economic prosperity is your aim, hers is survival.
Furthermore, you guys can live anywhere in the world, but choose the same secular liberal West, with the same people and ideology, that you detest and want to deal with, but in Pakistan. There's a reason why the choice isn't Middle East, Far East, Africa e.t.c, there's a reason why the choice isn't one of the brotherly Muslim countries. The reason is that they won't provide you with the same rights, freedom, equality, opportunity and prosperity, that you have there. If you were to further inquire, as to why they wouldn't do so, you would find the reason to be the same things that you abhor and would fight with, in your own country.
Please, make me understand, what to make of it.