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Pakistani president says will review constitutional amendment
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10:51, September 21, 2008

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President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday announced to set up a special committee to review article58-2 (B) and 17th Amendment of the constitution.

The Pakistani president has the right to dissolve parliament and appoint services chiefs and governors according to article 58-2 (B).

Addressing a joint session of Parliament, Zardari said that a committee comprising members of all parties would be formed to review the article 58-2 (B) and 17th Amendment.

Source: Xinhua



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