Amidst appreciations and desk thumping, Chairman Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Reforms Senator Mian Raza Rabbani Friday presented the landmark document in country's history to the Parliament, describing it "a bill of hopes, fundamental rights and experiences." "Today is a historic day not for the reason that recommendations for constitutional reforms were being tabled rather it was being done unanimously in politicized and polarized atmosphere," Rabbani said presenting the outcome of nine-month long deliberations of the committee. He said country's political forces have proved that politics of reconciliation may help resolve all issues, how so much the severe they are and said the credit for all these achievement goes to late PPP leader Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. "It is unfortunate that dictators had deformed the Constitution and tried to enshrine all powers to them just to prolong their rule. The 1973 Constitution gave birth to Federal Parliamentary Islamic Democracy but dictators turned it into quasi and unitary form of government," said the committee chairman.