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No space for presidential system in our Constitution: Khursheed Shah

Those who have power can dissolve the Constitution

SAMAA | - Posted: Apr 28, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Apr 28, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
No space for presidential system in our Constitution: Khursheed Shah

There is no space for a presidential system in our Constitution, said PPP leader Khursheed Shah.

“Those who have power can dissolve the Constitution,” he said while speaking to the media on Sunday.

The PPP leader accused the federal government of releasing fewer funds to the Sindh government. “We didn’t receive funds worth at least Rs120 billion.”

Sindh chief minister has been very vocal about this issue, he remarked.

Related: Will stop any attempt to bring presidential system: Zardari

On April 16, former president Asif Ali Zardari said that the Pakistan People’s Party will stop the presidential system in the country. 

“We don’t accept the presidential system,” said Zardari, while speaking to the media after appearing before an Islamabad accountability court in the fake accounts case on Tuesday.

“Let them make efforts [to install the system in the country]. We will stop them,” he said, saying that the government is in the mood to launch a new experiment in Pakistan on a daily basis, but it will only deteriorate the situation more.

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