ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party legal wizards were examining the 37 ordinances that Supreme Court of Pakistan had referred to the Parliament for review. They were looking into the ways and means to avoid bringing controversial National Reconciliation Ordinance for debate before the Parliament. The legal team was likely to come up with detailed report on it in the next few days, which would be presented to President. The sources in the party disclosed to TheNation that Supreme Court in its historic verdict declaring the Nov 3 imposition of emergency in the country as illegal and void also referred some 37 ordinances promulgated by General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf in the post-Nov 3 dates to Parliament for reviewing all these ordinances in 120 days. But in the process a number of ordinances, which were promulgated before the Nov 3, 2007 imposition of emergency were also referred to the Parliament and the PPP legal team was looking into the possibility of either dropping out those ordinances or going to the apex court for review of the list as some of these ordinances including National Reconciliation Ordinance were promulgated before Nov 3, 2007. President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani held a detailed meeting, at Awan-i-Sadr on Wednesday soon after the adjournment of NA proceedings, on the subject and the recent move of PML-N to table a resolution in the National Assembly for invoking Article 6 and initiation of treason case against Pervez Musharraf. The government was under tremendous pressure as how to deal with the issue of invoking Article 6 and debate on the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) in the Parliament. The sources in the Pakistan Peoples Party disclosed that NRO would not be tabled before the Parliament for debate and in this connection the PPP legal experts were going through the details of the apex court verdict and the referral of the 37 ordinances to the Parliament for review. A senior PPP leader seeking anonymity informed that the government would not bring NRO for debate in the Parliament and could go back to Supreme Court of Pakistan seeking clarification on the subject and would likely get the NRO and other ordinances issued before the Nov 3, 2007 imposition of emergency by the then President Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf dropped from the list of 37 ordinances by the apex court. The sources said that even if the NRO and other ordinances issued prior to Nov 3 emergency were not dropped out of the list by the apex court, the government would not bring NRO for debate in the House and let it lapse again. The sources privy to the deliberations of the meeting between President and Prime Minister informed that both the leaders were disturbed over the uproar in the Parliament over the issue of Article 6 and NRO. Both the leaders were briefed on the issues and various options to tackle it both on legal and political fronts by the team of experts. The sources in the party further disclosed that in next couple of days PPP leadership would start consultation with the junior coalition partners including JUI(F), ANP and MQM to evolve a joint strategy to tackle the opposition in the Parliament as well as outside the Parliament.