PM accepts PPP’s demands, Senate to pass delimitation bill on Dec 19

The deadlock over a constitutional amendment on delimitation seems to have ended as Top Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday reportedly general the PPP’s demand for a 3rd-birthday party audit of 5 according to cent of the census blocks in Sindh. The PPP was of the view that if the inaccurate methodology used within the census have been to be repeated within the submit enumeration survey (PES) of the chosen blocks via the same company which had performed the census the results might once again turn out to be controversial. In a meeting attended via PPP Senator Aitzaz Ahsan Leader of the House in Senate Raja Zafarul Haq Taj Haider Mushahid Hussain Syed Ilyas Bilour and others PM Abbasi conceded to the demand.

It used to be additionally decided to form a committee comprising Senators Taj Haider Mushahid Hussain Syed Hasil Bizenjo and Mushahidullah Khan to supervise the process.It was subsequently decided that the constitutional modification can be tabled in Senate on December 19.All political events need elections to be hung on time Senator Ahsan said after the meeting. There’s a consensus amongst political parties that for the purposes of the following general elections and by-polls the allocation of National Meeting seats will have to be made on the foundation of provisional results of the census without converting the prevailing general collection of common seats (272) and ladies’s seats (60) and maintaining the the current proportion of Fata (12).