Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Thursday said that a weak democracy is better than a powerful dictatorship.

Addressing a press conference Bilawal said that alliances have always been formed against the PPP but the party has persevered.

He added public don't accept politics of 'foul language.

Bilawal said that an alliance can be made with those stand with the PPP as per its party manifesto.

The PPP chairman stated further 'Conspiracies' cannot change masses relationship with PPP

Responding to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi, a former PPP member, Bilawal said Qureshi was present when the Charter of Democracy was signed and knows well that its aim was to strengthen democracy.

He asked Qureshi what his present party stands for other than ridicule of the political system. 

The PPP chairman repeated his invitation to those parties interested in changing the charter’s principles according to the current times to join him.