We don't need support against army, NRO, but we want support for democracy, PM

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said on Friday that he did not need a vote of confidence from the parliament as he had been unanimously elected.
Addressing the National Assembly session on Friday, Gilani said that he wanted to tell the Leader of the Opposition, Chaudhry Nisar, that they were not there because of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) and they had not come to seek support against the military either.
The prime minister said that there was also a misunderstanding that they were there to be martyrs and added that this was not the case.
Gilani said that he had started his political career with Nisar and this was the first time that the army chief and Director General of the Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) had appeared before the parliament.
He said that the parliament has to decide if it wants democracy or dictatorship.
Gilani said that politicians and political workers make mistakes, and that democracy should not suffer because of this. He said that people come and go, but it was important to protect the parliament.

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