FM Bilawal urges political parties to unite for crisis resolution

In an effort to overcome the crises faced by Pakistan, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari called for all political parties to come together and form a consensus on a code of conduct for resolving issues and moving forward.

Speaking at the golden jubilee celebrations of the Constitution of 1973 at Parliament House, Bilawal shared that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) had formed a committee to approach all political parties and devise rules for contesting polls and ensuring smooth functioning of the country.

The minister criticized the non-serious thinking of the Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), stating that their stubborn attitude and non-cooperation was damaging the interests of the masses and the country’s democracy.

He urged people’s representatives to agree on a code of conduct and implement it for the smooth running of the country.

Bilawal lamented Imran Khan’s willingness to negotiate with anti-state elements while being allergic to sit with fellow politicians, stating that the Constitution guaranteed the rights of people, journalists, and others.

He highlighted that the 1973 Constitution provided freedom of expression and the right to vote to ordinary people, while only the rich and powerful were previously given the right to vote.

The Constitution of 1973 revolutionized the power structure and enabled the common masses to have a say in governance.

Overall, Bilawal’s call for unity among political parties and the formation of a code of conduct reflects a need for consensus-building and a smooth functioning of the country.

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