Parliament to decide my fate: Zardari
By APP / Express
ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari, after consulting all coalition partners, has announced the decision to table the National Reconciliation Ordinance verdict of the Supreme Court before the parliament, Express News reported on Tuesday evening.
(Read: NRO case: Supreme Court warns president, PM of disqualification)
Zardari met with heads of coalition parties, including Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain of Pakistan Muslim League -Quaid, Asfandyar Wali and Afrasiab Khattak of Awami National Party, Asadullah Zehri of Baloch National Party – Awami along with Muttahida Qumi Movement leaders Farooq Sattar and Babar Ghauri, at the presidency in Islamabad. The Prime Minister was also present in the meeting.
They discussed Supreme Court’s decision and the overall political situation in the country.
Zardari said that the parliament was a representative of the people and was the supreme most authority in the country. Hence, if he were to resign, it should be decided in the parliament.
Zardari has summoned an emergency session of the parliament for 4 pm on January 12.
Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said that the government could not be threatened with verdicts.
Zardari and Gilani are due to participate in a PPP core committee meeting as well.
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Courtesy: The Express Tribune