ISLAMABAD: Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza on Thursday said that she had not made up her mind regarding a course of action with regards to the Supreme Court's conviction of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, DawnNews reported.
She said she would consider the subject once the detailed verdict on the contempt of court case comes out.
Speaking to media representatives after the National Assembly session, Fehmida said that the Speaker and the judiciary should speak through their rulings and decisions.
She further said that the Supreme Court's ruling was not a secret document and that the Constitution gave her 30 days to act on the issue.
The speaker expressed dismay that criticism over her position had started even before she could have a role in the matter.
Fehmida said the Constitution was clear and added that whatever decision is taken would be in accordance with the laws and the Constitution.
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