Three People Cannot Decide Country's Fate: Bilawal Bhutto.

PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto has reiterated that the coalition government only has one demand: the formation of a full bench to hear the case related to the Punjab CM's election.

Coalition government was addressing a press conference in federal capital ahead of hearing by the apex court on Chaudhry Parvez Elahi's petition challenging the Punjab Assembly deputy speaker's ruling.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto said that this cannot happen that three people decide the fate of this country. Three people cannot decide on whether this country will run on a democratic, elected or selective system,' he said.

He repeated 'It cannot be possible that three people change Pakistan's 1973 Constitution with just the stroke of a pen'.

Earlier, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz on Monday said that impact of Supreme Court's verdicts stays for decades and intensifies over time.

She alleged that petitions were being filed with the court and were not being fixed or were facing delay but the SC was opened at night so that PTI can submit a petition against PA Deputy Speaker ruling.

Our justice system is such that when a petition is filed, the people already know what bench will be constituted and the decision that will be given, she said.

Maryam gave several examples of the PML-N's legal woes, claiming that the party's leaders were being discriminated against.

She said that since Hamza was elected chief minister of Punjab, he was not being allowed to work. 'He goes from parliament to court, and back and forth. What justice is this?'

The PML-N vice president pointed out that there were many respected judges appointed to the apex court and questioned why they were not involved in...

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