LAHORE - There is no clarity in the economic vision of the present government, as inflation is touching the alarming level while the deficits are all time high, but nobody is willing to pay heed to these core financial issues. These observations were made by the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) former Chairman Khalid Mirza, while addressing the members of Lahore Economic Journalists Association (LEJA) here on Wednesday. He was delivering a lecture on the Role of Regulators in Corporate Governance. Criticising the role of Central Bank as a regulator, he said that Pakistan had weak Monetary Policy, but the State Bank was printing new currency notes to finance governments deficits. He said regulators should be autonomous and independent to play their role effectively.