PPP won’t change its stance on presidential system, says Bilawal
ISLAMABAD: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the party would not budge from its original stance on the presidential system of governance in Pakistan.
Speaking to media, the Bhutto scion said that the government had not performed as per the expectations of the people.
“The poor of the country are feeling the burden of inflation,” said Bilawal Bhutto. “This government has no idea what it’s doing–they claim with pride that they are begging from friendly nations,” he added.
Bilawal lashed out at the government and said that everyone knew NAB was a black law.
“NAB was formed by a military dictator. It has been used to exact political revenge,” he said.
Bilawal said that the PPP’s government in 2009 had fared better than the incumbent administration. He said that the PPP was faced with a global recession and an unprecedented rise in oil prices.
“Learn from our government,” he said. “We were also faced with one after the other crisis but we did not make life difficult for the poor,” he added.