UNITED NATIONS - Setting aside suggestions from the Pakistan government to do more investigation, the United Nations on Wednesday announced that the independent commission, which looked into the facts and circumstances of the December 2007 assassination of Benazir Bhutto, will unveil its report on Thursday afternoon. A UN spokesman said the three-member commission will formally present its report to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at 04:30 p.m. local time on Thursday (01:30 PST Friday), and he will then turn it over to Pakistans UN Ambassador Hussain Abdullah Haroon. Ban will also submit it to the Security Council for information. After presenting the report to Ban, the head of the commission, Chiles UN Ambassador Heraldo Muoz, will release the report at a press conference at 05:30 p.m. (02:30 PST Friday). UN officials say that the commission had completed its work and that the inquiry will not be reopened. Pakistan had proposed that the commission interview more international figures, including Afghan President Hamid Karzai and former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. A recent article in the Foreign Policy magazine said that the Pakistan government was trying to discredit the report by seeking delays and asking the commission to reopen the investigation. The move represents a political retreat by the Pakistani leader, who is now facing challenges to his authority on several fronts, the FP dispatch said. For two years now the government of Pakistan has been pushing for a UN investigation into what happened, a UN-based official familiar with the probe was quoted as saying. Now that the work is done, the information coming from them seems to be geared towards discrediting whatever the commission produces. The commission was set up following a request from the Pakistani Government and began its work in July 2009. It included Marzuki Darusman, the former attorney-general of Indonesia, and Peter Fitzgerald, a veteran of the Irish National Police who has also served the UN in a number of capacities. The commission was to present its report on March 30 but delayed its at the request of President Asif Ali Zardari that came a couple of hours before its release. The commissions mandate ended on March 31.