In the current tense and fluid political situation on account of the sit-in protest of the PTI and PAT in
Given the pressure that has been built on the government by the protesting parties, the Central Working Committee, which is the Executive body the party, is visible nowhere in this milieu, when it could have been of much use to the govt to put forward a united stand which in turn would be a manifestation of the will of the party voters and supporters, say analysts.
The CEC, comprises up to 40 top leaders with presidents and secretaries of the party’s provincial organisations as it ex-officio members, is competent to carryout resolution on any issue of national value and also take further action. But this body has been in a slumber after it last met before the 2013 elections when the party was dead against the PPP rule.
A resolution backing the prime minister and government by the CEC might have gone a long way to demonstrate the party’s commitment with the PM and the government. Nor that but the parliamentary party of the PML-N is not active or has been arisen to deliver a strong voice against the ongoing difficult situation wherein the PTI and PAT have successfully executed their plan and caught attention of the whole world standing on the threshold of the Parliament and PM House.
But, so far a handful of the persons who are being termed the part of the PM’s kitchen cabinet, have been involved in the matter as well as in the decision-making at this critical juncture. Both Prime Minister
In Punjab, Law Minister
On the other, the rival PTI is going ahead with the situation and proceedings with the protest under constant meetings and decision of the Core committee while the PAT has also set up a committee to move on with consultation. Although the PPP was involved for protecting democracy through
The Punjab governor is quite active to defuse the prevailing tension and to work out an amicable solution while the President also held a meeting with the prime minister to support democracy and the government.
In view of the situation, observers question, why not the PML-N activated its CEC and called its meeting to discuss the issue so that a sound message could have been sent of the party on the PTI and PAT demands which it strongly believes, are unconstitutional, illegal and unjustified and undemocratic. Whether the top leadership lacks trust in the CEC members or doubts their potential is a query striking mind of the political observers, who say, the executive bodies of the politicians in critical junctures help greatly to overcome the crisis. But the PML-N has yet not adverted to it.
Most Popular Stories
- Bently Creates Alabama Small Business Commission
- California King Fire Roars Out of Control
- Mercedes Rolls Out S550 Plug-in Hybrid
- Is Alibaba's IPO Price a Fairytale?
- Kardashian: Kanye Never Told Fan in Wheelchair to Stand Up
- SBA Kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month
- CalPERS Pulls Out of Hedge Funds
- Poverty Rate Drops for First Time Since 2006
- Two-thirds of Hispanics Doubt Media Accuracy
- U.S. Tobacco Growers Lose Last of Price Supports