KARACHI- A special session of Sindh Assembly, summoned at a short notice, will be held today. Though the order of the day is yet to be released but it is gathered that the session will take up two resolutions which are expected to bring huge changes in the Local Government Ordinance and Police Order 2002, which were introduced by the former President Pervez Musharraf during his nine years tenure as head of the state. The other important items on the agenda on the day will be formation of Public Accounts Committee. It is gathered that in the absence of the committee a number of international donors had stopped release of funds for a number of ongoing projects in the province. The session, which will start at 9: 30 AM, would also take up question hour about fisheries department. Political circles feel that the special session has been convened to take up the announcement on the selection of the candidate for the presidential slot, which has been vacated after the departure of Pervez Musharraf. Reports have already appeared in the newspapers and confirmed by the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party that its legislators in Islamabad has unanimously voted to ask party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari to announce his candidature for the post of President. Zardari has, however, told his party legislators that the name of the presidential candidate would be decided in the PPP CEC meeting on Friday (today). The Sindh Assembly special session is being held hours before the CEC meeting in which it will be decided as to who will be the PPP candidate for the top job in the country. The Parliamentary party meeting of PPP which was scheduled to be held on Friday morning was advanced by a day and held on Thursday at Chief Minister House in view of convening of the special session on Friday.    There is indication that the provincial legislators are expected to pass a resolution, requesting Asif Zardari to accept the wishes of the elected party members, which wanted him to be nominated as Presidential candidate.