>> Despite being acquitted of blasphemy last month after 8 years on death row, the ordeal still isn't over for Asia Bibi. Her lawyer confirmed Tuesday she remains stuck in a safe house in Islamabad, because of a lack of asylum offers. At a news conference in Germany, he criticized Western governments for not issuing passports to Bibi and her family.
>> But no government is so far, coming forward in a such an open and free manner, and I'm sure the politics is playing the major role.>>
> The whole world is suspicious, suspicious, suspicious that this is the government of Pakistan, who are under the pressures of the right-wingers and are not letting her leave.
>> But he was adamant that that wasn't the case, he did however, suggest the refusal of Bibi's husband to leave Pakistan without his friend's entire family, was also holding up the process.>> Germany and Canada are in talks with Pakistan, along with a number of other countries. But for now, without visas or passports, Bibi and her family will be staying put.
>> She has not seen a city of Pakistan even. And I think for her, any western country where she can have a wonderful life would be acceptable to her.