Speaker constitutes body for consultation with opp on electoral reforms

Ijaz Kakakhel

To get support from the opposition parties on electoral reforms, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser on Thursday announced setting up a high-level parliamentary committee.

The high ups of the PTI leaders would try their best to convince the opposition parties to participant in electoral reforms process in the best interest of the country.

The speaker took to Twitter to make the announcement of establishing a parliamentary committee, which would comprise of federal ministers including Pervez Khattak, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Asad Umar, Babar Awan, and Malik Aamir Dogar.

The committee would reach out to the opposition and other parliamentary groups for making a consensus on the matter so that in future no one raise hue and cry over future election process.

“We will later establish a multi-party parliamentary committee after all parties will agree over it,” Asad Qaiser said adding that the body would work on electoral reforms and bringing an end to corrupt practices in the election process.