LAHORE - The PML-N wants a Truth and Reconciliation Commission set up like the one constituted by South Africa. The demand is being made in the white-paper the party is preparing at present, which will be made public soon. . Party sources say that failure of the PPP-led coalition to track down the killers of Benazir Bhutto has been highlighted in the document, which will a critical assessment of the mid-term performance of the present setup. The document points out the rulers failures at national and international fronts, breach of commitments including those related to improving the lot of the common man. The document compares the disappointing performance of the government with the promises it had made in its election manifesto. Without calling for fresh elections, the white-paper gives detail of how the government had failed to come up to peoples expectations. The document urges the rulers to arrest the killers of Benazir Bhutto. The PPP chairperson and the former prime minister had been assassinated on December 27, 2007 shortly after she addressed a public rally in Liaquat Bagh, Rawalpindi. The white-paper alleges that former president Pervez Musharraf was involved in the character-assassination of political leaders only because the government had not brought him to justice on account of his misdoings. Had he been awarded exemplary punishment, nobody would ever dare think about violating the Constitution. The PML-N document also calls for preparing long and short-term strategies to navigate the country out of the serious crises. The party is willing to offer its cooperation for the purpose. It calls for a comprehensive agenda to rid the country of foreign loans, ensure economic stability, strengthen rupee against dollar, maximise exports and reduce imports, create more job opportunities, bring down prices, reduce expenditure on ministers, uproot crime, eradicate corruption, overcome energy crisis, water and food shortages. It points out that the government had failed to implement the Supreme Courts verdict on the NRO. Also, it said, the government did not take any steps in the light of the parliaments resolution against the drone attacks.