Benazir coming to Pakistan under govt’s protection: PML-NNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:25 am ICT by admin
He said that the PML-N did not believe in the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), since the ordinance gave Pakistan a bad name at the international level.
Iqbal said that the Sharif brothers prefer to face the cases against them pending in various courts instead of joining hands with the rulers under the NRO or any other formula of mutual understanding.
He declared that Nawaz Sharif would return to Pakistan in November in accordance with the Supreme Court (SC) decision.
Nawaz Sharif does not need a ‘no objection certificate’ from the US or the UK, as the SC has allowed him to return to Pakistan, he added.
The Daily times quoted Iqbal as saying that the supremacy of the Constitution and the elimination of the army from politics were the main agenda of the PML-N.
He added that after coming to power, the PML-N would not only hold accountable corrupt persons and violators of the Constitution, but also bring reforms to put the country on the path of true democracy. (ANI)
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