ISLAMABAD The Constitutional Reforms Committee of the Parliament started reviewing the criteria laid down in the 18th Amendment for appointment of judges in the superior courts, in the light of interim order of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Sources in the Committee, which met under the chair of Senator Mian Raza Rabbani, took into account various suggestions coming from the members regarding the procedure laid down in 18th Amendment for appointment of judges in the superior courts. The members also discussed in detail the recommendations sent to the Parliament along with the interim order by the apex court. It was decided that the Committee would take up each and every recommendation one by one and would introduce changes in the mechanism of judges appointment. The members who attended the meeting included Dr Farooq Sattar, Senator Abdul Malik, Hummayun Saifullah, Shahid Bugti, Ishaq Dar, Babar Awan, SM Zafar, Senator Haji Adeel, Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, Afrasyab Khattak. Article 175(A) of the Constitution dealing with the appointment of judges came under sharp review in the meeting. Various opinions came from the members regarding the interim court order and the members discussed the recommendations given by the court to the Parliament. Talking to media men after Committees meeting Senator Raza Rabbani said that the Committee had started its work under the directives of SC. A procedure had been evolved under which the Committee would give final shape to its recommendations on appointment of judges in shape of the 19th amendment. Responding to a question, Mian Raza Rabbani said that the Committee had several constitutional options to deal with the matter in a unanimous way and said that on key points the Committee members were united and they would come up with consensus view. To another question, he said that the Committee had not sought recommendations from any political party and the Committee would not give any timeframe to resolve the matters related to the appointment of judges. The Committee would meet again today, he told.