ISLAMABAD - The Law Association for Asia and the Pacific (LAWASIA) has stated that there is no need of any constitutional amendment for reinstating deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and his colleagues who were sacked on November 3 last year. Talking to media after meeting the deposed Chief Justice here on Friday, President LAWASIA, MAH Weng Kwai, said that the impact of Pakistani judicial crisis is being felt all over the globe. The President LAWASIA is here in Pakistan these days with a four-member delegation of Australia-based LAWASIA. The visiting delegation, who will stay here till Monday, have come to Pakistan for extending their support and show solidarity with the ongoing lawyers movement. Earlier, the LAWASIA delegation called on deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry at his residence. During the meeting, which stretched over two hours, leader of lawyers movement, Justice (Retd) Tariq Mehmood and Munir A Malik were also present on the occasion. The issues of independence of judiciary and restoration of judges and other matters came under discussion at the meeting, Justice Tariq Mehmood stated after the meeting. Besides LAWASIA President MAH Weng Kwai the delegation included Parshant Kumar, treasurer of the Bar Association of India, Ms. Janet Neville, Chief Executive of LAWASIA and Christopher Leong, member Malaysian Bar Council.