ISLAMABAD: (HRNW) The dialogue for making consensus on the continuation of legislation process between the federal government and the opposition parties became successful as an agreement was made to pass presidential ordinances in the Parliament, ARY News reported on Thursday.
The government and opposition have made an agreement to pass nine presidential ordinances through the Parliament, whereas, two ordinances will be forwarded to the concerned committee.
The development is being considered as a positive sign in view of running the parliamentary affairs after the government and opposition had unanimously passed Services Act amendment bills from both houses of the Parliament.
On January 7, the National Assembly had unanimously passed Army Act Amendment Bill, the Pakistan Air Force (Amendment) Bill and the Pakistan Navy (Amendment) Bill 2020, regarding extension in the tenure of the services chiefs and chairman of joint chiefs of the staff committee.
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