President opposes Presidential form on government in Pakistan, calls for improvement in 18th amendment
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President opposes Presidential form of government in Pakistan, calls for improvement in 18th amendment

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ISLAMABAD, Feb 23 (APP): President Dr. Arif Alvi while opposing the view that Presidential form of democracy can bring about change in Pakistan Tuesday said the country cannot afford change of system from parliamentary democracy to any other form. “I am against this thinking. Whether it is Presidential or the Parliamentary form of democracy, system does not bring change… Pakistan cannot afford any change of system,” Dr. Alvi said in an interview with a private television channel (Aaj News) aired on Tuesday night.

He, however, opined that 18th Constitutional Amendment needed improvement. “Amendments made so far in the 1973 Constitution prove that there is no finality,” he remarked. To a question, the President…

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