Latest Pakistan News > Islamabad News Updates > Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday said if all the institutions follow the constitution, then there would be no conflict among them.
Speaking to media representatives after attending a function of Pakistan Scout Association, the prime minister said, “It is responsibility of every individual and institution to follow the constitution.”
He said he has the right of appeal against the decision of the Supreme Court in the contempt of court case against him.
Replying to a question about drone attacks, the prime minister said Pakistan has a clear stand on these attacks.
Pakistan and the United States are negotiating in accordance with the recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) for new rules of engagements with the Nato/Isaf and the US and these negotiations are not completed yet, therefore, it is early to jump to conclusion, he added.
He said the new terms of engagements were also discussed in a high level meeting held at the President House today which was presided over by President Asif Ali Zardari and attended by Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and others.
About appointment of new judges to the Supreme Court, the prime minister said the ministry of law and justice will settle the matter.
The premier said that appeal against his conviction by the Supreme Court was his right, adding the Islamabad High Court and the acting chief election commissioner have also stressed today that everyone should wait for the detailed judgment of the apex court.
About opposition’s claim that PM Gilani will not be allowed to enter the parliament, he said, “I have already attended sessions of both the houses.”