UNITED NATIONS - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has not yet finalized the constitution of an international commission to investigate the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, a U.N. spokesperson said Monday. Questioned about reports in a section of the Pakistani press that the  secretary-general's advisers have recommended that he refer the matter to the Security Council, Spokesperson Marie Okabe said no decision has so far been and that consultations were continuing. "I don't have anything to say for the public," she said when asked about the progress on establishing the independent commission which was formally made by Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on July 10. After meeting the secretary-general, Qureshi told press conference at UN Headquarters in New York that Ban Ki-moom had agreed to the request and that further consultation with Pakistan and others within the Organization would take place to "examine the modalities and structure of a Commission to determine the circumstances of, and responsibilities for, the assassination of the former Prime Minister Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto." Qureshi also said then that he believed the secretary-general had authority without the UN Security Council's approval to set up a commission to try to identify the culprits in Ms. Bhutto's assassination as quickly as possible. "There is no need to refer the request to the Security Council," he said in response to a question.