Parliament to complete term, says Elahi
LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi said on Wednesday the country’s parliamentary system was established on a sound footing and the government was rapidly enforcing socio-economic reforms.
Talking to a German delegation headed by Parliament Vice President Norbert Lammert, the chief minister said the present assemblies would complete their tenure because they had representation of Pakistan’s all political powers. He said the district government system has been introduced to resolve people’s problems at local level.
Mr Elahi said the government planed to promptly redress any human rights’ violation.
“Pakistani society is enlightened, education-friendly and desirous of peace and security and is extending all its assistance to the international community for maintenance of world peace,” said the chief minister.
Mr Lammert said Pakistan’s pace of development had been accelerated and the elected assemblies were playing an active role in the consolidation of the democratic process. —Staff Report