PPP opposes military courts extension bill on NA floor

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Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) opposed the constitutional amendment bill regarding the extension of military courts that was presented on the floor of National Assembly (NA) on Friday.

PPP rejected the government’s claim that all parties had agreed and opposed the bill seeking 23rd constitutional amendment.

According to the consensus reached in the parliamentary meeting chaired by NA speaker, the bill was to be presented in the assembly. However, PPP denied any such agreement, claiming to have rejected government’s proposed draft for the revival of the military courts.

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) opposed the constitutional amendment bill regarding the extension of military courts that was presented on the floor of National Assembly (NA) on Friday.

PPP rejected the government’s claim that all parties had agreed and opposed the bill seeking 23rd constitutional amendment.

According to the consensus reached in the parliamentary meeting chaired by NA speaker, the bill was to be presented in the assembly. However, PPP denied any such agreement, claiming to have rejected government’s proposed draft for the revival of the military courts.

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) opposed the constitutional amendment bill regarding the extension of military courts that was presented on the floor of National Assembly (NA) on Friday.

PPP rejected the government’s claim that all parties had agreed and opposed the bill seeking 23rd constitutional amendment.

According to the consensus reached in the parliamentary meeting chaired by NA speaker, the bill was to be presented in the assembly. However, PPP denied any such agreement, claiming to have rejected government’s proposed draft for the revival of the military courts.

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) opposed the constitutional amendment bill regarding the extension of military courts that was presented on the floor of National Assembly (NA) on Friday.

PPP rejected the government’s claim that all parties had agreed and opposed the bill seeking 23rd constitutional amendment.

According to the consensus reached in the parliamentary meeting chaired by NA speaker, the bill was to be presented in the assembly. However, PPP denied any such agreement, claiming to have rejected government’s proposed draft for the revival of the military courts.

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