IT seems that a section of population in Pakistan is perpetually infatuated by the presidential form of government. Although a unanimously passed Constitution of 1973 had settled the question in favour of a parliamentary system 46 years ago, the question keeps coming back periodically. At times, it seems as if some interested quarters are test-ballooning to see if a critical mass of public opinion is supportive of the presidential system. The question is once again doing the rounds these days, especially on social media and some electronic media outlets.
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