They promised a Tahrir Square, and it's not looking too far from it. Tear gas has been used and warnings shots are again being heard outside Pakistan's Parliament, where thousands are demanding immediate and sweeping changes. Leading them is a charismatic and enigmatic cleric, who's said to be a favourite of the military. Among his and his followers' demands, are calls for broad government reform, and a harsh crackdown on corruption. In an apparent effort to molify the demonstrators, Pakistan has ordered the arrest of the Prime Minister, who's caught up in a bribery scandal. And former officer of the Pakistani Air Force, Sultan M. Hali, says a change of power may not be far off. The cleric, Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, has given the government an ultimatum - to disband parliament, or he'll order his followers to carry out acts of civil disobedience. To discuss whether that's a threat he would carry out RT talks to political analyst and journalist Shahab Jafry.