ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gilani on Tuesday briefed President Asif Ali Zardari on the proposed 19th Constitutional Amendment that is most likely to be passed today (Wednesday). After the President was briefed, the Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Reforms presented its consensus report to the National Assembly on the 19th Constitutional Amendment Bill. The Supreme Court of Pakistans October 21 Order on petition challenging certain provisions of the 18th Constitutional Amendment on appointment of judges in the superior courts had necessitated the 19th Amendment. The Prime Minister who also had lunch with the President at the Presidency also discussed prevalent political situation in the country that appeared to be volatile after withdrawal of JUI-F from the Government. They also discussed in detail the current status of the ruling coalition especially the PPPs pacifying dialogue with the MQM over erring ruling coalition at the provincial level of Sindh. According to Presidential spokesman Farhatullah Babar, the leaders discussed recent visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to Pakistan besides exchanging notes on forthcoming visit of the President to Turkey. It is pertinent to mention here that this was the second meeting in 24 hours between the President and the Prime Minister wherein the two remained together for quite sometime.