ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) state minister Imtiaz Safdar Warraich said on Monday that his party would continue its policy of reconciliation as this had enabled the country to successfully face multiple challenges.
While talking to APP, Warraich said that the PPP decision to vote for PML-N candidate for the post of Speaker Ayaz Sadiq was taken in that perspective.
He said that the PPP would like to see the future democratic government also complete its five-year constitutional term.
He assured that the PPP would extend full co-operation to the PML-N government for promotion of democracy in the country.
Imtiaz Safdar said that winning and losing within the paradigm of democratic polity was part of the electoral process but the democratic system should continue.
He said that his party would extend all possible cooperation to the Treasury benches to marginalize challenges the country is facing which had been holding back peace and prosperity.
Trails such as terrorism, energy crisis and maintenance of law and order should be tackled by the in-coming government on urgent basis, Warraich said.
Published in The Express Tribune, June 4th, 2013.
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