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The PPP said the government could repeal the 18th Amendment if the OP resigned

According to 24 News HD TV channel on Tuesday, legal experts of the PPP Central Executive Committee (CEC) have suggested that if resignations from the assemblies had been submitted earlier, the government would have repealed the 18th Amendment and other democratic laws. Can do

Details of the meeting’s internal story revealed that he called for the use of all legal options against the PTI government, saying resignations could not be an obstacle to holding Senate elections.

Speaking on the occasion, the PPP leaders said that they have enacted various democratic legislations after a long struggle.

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who presided over the important meeting of the CEC, said that he was committed to advancing all democratic forces.

We have created a PDM. We will move forward by mutual consent, ”Bilawal said, adding that he could lead to the downfall of the PTI government during the budget session as several members of the ruling party and allies were also unhappy with the government.

Earlier on Monday, it was reported that the 10-party PDM had agreed to resign from the current assemblies, leaving out the major parties, and not to run in the Senate and by-elections.

Meanwhile, some PPP members also expressed reservations about the PDM, saying they could not be part of another PNA, the opposition coalition that overthrew the Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto government through martial law in 1977. Helped remove.

He said that he was ready for the long march and PML-N supremo should also return to Pakistan to be a part of it. He added that the issue of resignations could be discussed after Nawaz’s return home.


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