The Supreme Court on Wednesday adjourned the hearing of petitions challenging certain clauses in the 18th Amendment, a private TV reported. The petitions were heard by a 17-judge full court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry. In his arguments in the hearing of 18th Amenmdent case, lawyer of Watan Party Barisster Zafarullah said that only 6 government personalities have full control of the Parliament. Few of them are foreigners and only one is graduate, he added. Zafarullah said that the Parliament approved many controversial articles only to abolish the 58-2B. After ending of arguments of Zafarullah, lawyer of Rawalpindi District Bar Ikram Chaudhry started presenting his arguments. Barrister Zafarullah said that ending elections of political parties is unconstitutional and the Parliament approved a number of controversial articles only to abolish the 58-2B. Zafarullah said that the government didnt start a debate on 18th Amendment in the Parliament as it feared the opposition of its members. He said that Parliamentary Committee is not workable. No judge will be appointed if the work is handed over to such committee. Hearing is underway in the Supreme Court.