ISLAMABAD Although most of it came out in the Information and Law Ministers joint press conference earlier in the day, Fridays meeting between President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani resolved to assert the PPPs right to rule. A divertive one-liner issued by the Presidency dubbed the entire edgy situation throughout the day viz a viz judiciary as the 'current situation. Matters related to the forthcoming Pakistan-US Strategic Dialogue and the current situation in the country were discussed during the meeting, it added. The current situation on Friday remained clumsy when the government kept the apex court waiting for the assurance it required signed by the Prime Minister. It went further distasteful when Attorney General Maulvi Anwar-ul-Haq expressed his inability to access the PM. The government waited for the reaction of the court on apex authorities gesture of unavailability and when the court adjourned the 'case of the day till next date, the two leaders went in session in Presidency, according to well-placed sources. According to the sources, the Prime Minister remained with the President for quite some time and briefed him about the entire scenario emerging after the news about the governments option to withdraw last years notification of judges restoration. Eventually, the sources claimed, the two leaders resolved to assert their right to rule till the end of the elected term. As a strategy they decided to remain affirmed in the given constitutional positions and defend the democratic dispensation through coherent functioning of representative as well as independent institutions of the state, the sources said. They reaffirmed their resolve to maintain an apparent overture of a pacifier going by the so-called policy of reconciliation. They decided to work for bridging gaps between the institutions so that the government could focus on enormous challenges the country was already faced with.