ISLAMABAD, FEB 13 (DNA) — Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari announced making a unanimous ‘code of conduct’ for the parliament with the consultation of the political parties.
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressed his party, the PPP’s ceremony in memory of the martyrs of democracy held here in Islamabad on Monday. Bilawal said the PPP will form a committee which will contact all political parties to form a code of conduct which will be related to strengthening the Parliament.
He said former premier Imran Khan took decisions based on political extremism and this is the basic reason why he is out of the assembly now. The PPP chairman said the previous government of the PTI also tried its best to abolish the 18th constitutional amendment which guarantees the rights of the citizens, the federation and the unity of the units.
The Constitution of 73 is the trust of Quaid-e-Awam Shaheed Zulfikar Bhutto who is the voice of the poor section of the country. — DNA