All institutions accepted parliamentary supremacy: Bilawal Bhutto

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has on Saturday said this is a positive that parliament that has been dormant for over a year is ready to legislate.
The PPP chairman took to Twitter and wrote, “When I landed in Islamabad the PMLN & PTI had agreed to unconditionally pass the army act on Friday in both houses, ignoring parliamentary procedure, not even circulating the bill to all members or sending the legislation for committee oversight.”
“I’m pleased all have now agreed that the bill will go back to NA committee, will also be reviewed by Senate committee and follow procedure of both houses. This is a positive that parliament that has been dormant for over a year is ready to legislate.”
“All institutions that derive powers from parliament have asked us to pass legislation & accepted parliamentary supremacy. These are important victories for those who have always battled for parliamentary supremacy and democracy.”

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