ISLAMABAD - The ruling coalition led by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will set up special parliamentary committee to handle all the 37 ordinances in line with Supreme Courts directives, TheNation reliably learnt Sunday. Sources said after series of consultations at the highest level, the government has decided to set up a special parliamentary committee that would help decide the fate of thirty-seven ordinances issued by General (r) Pervez Musharraf after promulgating emergency in the country on November 3, 2007. Sources further said that the committee comprising all the parliamentary parties in the National Assembly and the Senate would take up these ordinances on case-to-case basis and with consensus. The PPP, sources said, has already taken on board major political players including the PML-N to help endorse those ordinances that were still useful and serve the public interest. Sources were of the view that some of these ordinances had already expired while some were covered under Schedule 6 of the Constitution but needed endorsement of the Parliament. Meanwhile, the PML-N has decided to take copies of these ordinances to examine them ahead of giving a blind consent to the PPP-led coalition government. I will get the copies of these ordinances Monday (today), PML-N Senior Vice President Senator Syed Zafar Ali Shah told TheNation. He said his party would not give a blank endorsement to those ordinances that were against the public interest or served interest of some individuals. He confirmed that these ordinances would be taken up on case-to-case basis by the Parliament. Answering a question, he said Parliament needed simple majority to reject and endorse those ordinances which were not covered under the Schedule 6th of the Constitution.