In an exclusive interview Friday with FOX News' Greta Van Susteren, Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto expressed concern for the pro-democratic movement in Pakistan.

"We worked out a road map after months of careful talks and I was quite hopeful," she said. "It was a big shock to me when he suspended the constitution."

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Bhutto said she doesn't talk with Musharraf as much as she used to.

"We used to speak in the past, but now that he suspended the constitution, I thought it would give the wrong signal that I was somehow supporting the move toward the suspension of our constitution."

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Bhutto said that while she was under house arrest, the police were allowing some people in but were being selective.

"Three women parliamentarians tried to come in this morning and they were arrested," Bhutto said. "They pick and choose who they want to let in."

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Bhutto said lawyers who support the pro-democratic movement are afraid they are going to be out of jobs and journalists are being arrested for fighting for their right to report on the situation.