ISLAMABAD - Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) will resume dialogues to deliberate on new local government system today (Thursday) after a three days break on Eidul Azha. "The representatives of both the parties (PPP and MQM) will deliberate in length on different pros and cons of local government system to reach final consensus," said members coordination committee & incharge of MQM central information cell Wasay Jalil while talking to TheNation. Responding to a question about the ongoing discussion on the said issue, he said MQM was so far satisfied with the discussion over LG system with the PPP, as discussions were smoothly being held to reach consensus in the core-committee. Revenue components, electoral process, magistracy system and other important matters would be deliberated in the upcoming series of meeting between two coalition partners. "All possible measures would be taken for the betterment of people belonging to Sindh in this new system," he said, adding that modus operandi for new system would be deliberated in length in these meetings. Efforts are being made to introduce such a constitutional system that would satisfy all the residents of Sindh, as it would not snatch rights from anyone. Provincial Minister Dr Sagheer Ahmed, Member Coordination Committee Qamar Naveed, incharge central information cell Wasay Jalil, MNA Waseem Akhtar and MQM's parliamentary leader in the Sindh Assembly Syed Sardar from MQM side would resume discussion with the representatives of senior Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) members include Minister for education Pir Mazharul Haq, Local Government Minister Agha Sirajuddin, Archives Minister Rafiq Engineer, Law Minister Soomro. The core committee comprising the representatives of PPP and MQM held already three meetings in this regard to find a way out to promulgate another mutually agreed ordinance. It is relevant to note here that at midnight Friday (November 4), the local government ordinance re-promulgated. Earlier, both the coalition partners had reportedly said that they would hold consultation with legal experts and would chalk out such a legal and constitutional system that would be in larger interest of Sindh. While, the leaders of the both the coalition partners in the last press conference was also reportedly appeared reluctant to respond to a questions as to which system, the local government system of 2001 or the 1979 local bodies or whether DCOs or commissioners, held sway in Sindh at present. About the core committee discussions, a senior PPP member had also commented that both coalition parties demonstrated their resolve to continue reconciliation for the larger interests.