LAHORE- The reinstatement of deposed judges has been pushed behind the impeachment of President Pervez Musharraf contrary to the declaration made by the same two top coalition partners in Murree before the formation of their government on March 9. Since no specific date and time has been fixed for the impeachment so no time can also be ascribed to the judges restoration in the latest developments. The heartening feature of the joint communiqu read out by Asif Ali Zardari in the presence of Nawaz Sharif and other associates in the government, is reinstatement of the deposed judges through Murree Declaration which certainly concurs with the demand of the legal fraternity, the PML-N and the APDM. But how would the declaration be implemented after impeachment and in the given situation of sitting judiciary, is a tricky question to answer. The political whims as it was seen in the past, was also about to express itself at the press conference when a questioner asked  Zardari on reinstating the judges through Murree Declaration instead of constitutional amendment and he replied, any mean as per the public aspirations. Later on, Nawaz Sharif categorically said, it would come through the Murree Declaration as mentioned in the communiqu. The March 9 declaration mentioned restoration of the judges through an executive order supported by a parliamentary resolution and nothing relating to the impeachment of the president. In the political somersault now the impeachment has been put to the fore and the restoration made secondary to which the observers say, a move which may take the restoration issue a yard away and more difficult. The communiqu has understandably, tied up the restoration of deposed judges with the fate of impeachment as such, it has been put on a big risk that if the impeachment succeeds then it is okay, otherwise the restoration may have a fat chance. Impeachment of Pervez Musharraf as the president appears also not as easy to be taken as a walkover to the ruling coalition. Unlike the past Presidents in the country, Musharraf has a political constituency led by PML-Q which may make the impeachment a hard nut to crack when he himself is wielding the Article 58 (2) b power in his hands. Therefore, the observers view, the coalition partners have taken an unprecedented step in our national history to 'rebuild the country on democratic lines' when the failure of their move is likely to jeopardize the two important national institutions, political and the judicial. The lawyers have set August 14 next deadline for the reinstatement of the judges and the late promise by the coalition partners, though stand akin to their demand, yet it would keep them on the tenterhooks to look the restoration being regulated by the outcome of other issues. The experts find a subtle point about the impeachment and say, the PML-N and of late PPP, are not persuaded to recognise Musharraf as constitutional President so much so that Mr Zardari did not tend to address him as President at the press conference. But the fact the constitution provides for impeaching a president who is bonafidely elected hence, his impeachment is being resorted to after admitting him a constitutional president. They say the November 3 action of Pervez Musharraf, whereof the judges were thrown out of the office, was not pursued exercising his powers as president but as Army Chief. The use of executive order as per the call of Murree Declaration, may not come without negating the PCO which now stands validated by the sitting judiciary which had also declared rejoining of the judges, who refused to take oath, a closed chapter. The experts say Judiciary after November 3 came into existence through the PCO and if the Order would be scrapped without legal cover to its certain action, the judiciary after November 3 may also be affected. Hence the restoration may not come about without overcoming hurdles at the political and judicial level as both the sides stand divided into two supporting different point of view, they add.