ISLAMABAD - National Assembly Standing Committee on Law and Justice will be meeting here today (Wednesday) to take up the unfinished agenda of finalising the thorny issue of introducing new Accountability Commission to replace the existing one. The sources in the Parliament informed TheNation that the Committee would remain in session for two days and would likely thrash out differences on some of the clauses of the proposed Accountability Commission. Chairperson of the Committee Begum Naseem Chaudhry would take the sense of the members of the Committee and would try to resolve the issue with consensus, the sources further informed. Earlier, the draft bill of Accountability Commission was approved several times by the NA Standing Committee on Law and Justice but the matter was deferred due to opposition on some of the clauses in the proposed bill by the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz). The PML(N) members of the Committee even alleged that the draft bill of Accountability Commission discussed with them in the Committee meeting was not submitted to the National Assembly Secretariat and a number of changes in it were made without getting approval from the Committee. The matter was brought into the notice of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani who had twice said on the floor of the National Assembly that they had given the draft of Accountability Commission bill to PML(N) Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif and asked him to propose amendments in it and they would get the amended bill approved from the House. Lately some of the amendments proposed bill including granting of financial autonomy to the proposed Accountability Commission were incorporated in the bill but the stakeholders had, once again, locked horns on the issue of the Chairman of the proposed commission, as the PML(N) wanted a serving judge to head the commission while PPP members opposed it.