‘PML-N has ended opposition’s role with their unconditional support to Army Act Amendment’, Bilawal

Bilawal criticized PML-N for not taking the opposition parties into the confidence before taking the decision. 

 

The PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Friday said the PML-N has ‘ended opposition’s role’ by extending their unconditional support to the Army Act amendment bill. He added that PPP has not been taken into confidence on the matter.

However, while addressing a press conference at the Parliament House, Bilawal said that referring of the bill to Standing Committee on Defence is a success for the parliament and democracy.

“Today we have been told that the bill will be presented in Defence Committee. I think that this is a small success for our Parliament, for our democratic system and for our parliamentary norms,” Bilawal said while addressing the press conference.

Bilawal criticized PML-N for not taking the opposition parties into the confidence before taking the decision.

“I have 50 votes in the assembly and cannot affect even a coma or full stop in this reality. I think that the way the PML-N and PTI want to pass this bill and want to sidestep the parliamentary procedure will harm our institution, our army, and we are repeating the same mistakes which were done in notification phase,” he continued.

Bilawal Bhutto said that if PML-N has already offered their unconditional support, PPP cannot do much as it is the job of the leader of opposition to form consensus. However, Bilawal said that the circulation of the bill among the members and the referral to the committee straightens the institutions.

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