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Babar Awan, govt was trying to strengthen all institutions

Babar AwanKARACHI: Sessions of the Civic Assembly and Senate are getting convened on Sept 20 to advised on civic issues, according to Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Babar Awan.

Talking to journalists afterwards affair President Asif Ali Zardari actuality on Monday, he said that admitting an consequence getting created by some elements, there was no battle a part of government institutions and decisions of the Supreme Cloister would be implemented.

Mr Awan said the admiral had annihilation to do with the arrangement of the administrator and prosecutor accepted of the Civic Accountability Bureau. He said the government would aswell accept by any accommodation on the 18th Amendment.

He bidding the achievement that a accommodation on the alteration would appear anon so that the Islamabad top cloister could become functional.

He said the government was aggravating to strengthen all institutions.

Answering a catechism he said the agitation over contempo statements of MQM arch Altaf Hussain should appear to an end afterwards the acceptance of a resolution by the Civic Assembly cogent aplomb in capitalism and autonomous institutions.

He said the MQM arch had himself accurate supremacy of parliament.

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