ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) made a mockery of the Charter of Democracy (CoD) by accepting turncoat politicians, Federal Law Minister Dr Babar Awan said while addressing a press conference here at his residence on Monday along with Punjabs Senior Minister Raja Riaz. The law minister said that custodians of Lahores politics wanted to bury the CoD in Miani Sahib Graveyard, Lahore. He said that PPP was criticised for doing politics of reconciliation but its opponents wanted to run the government with the help of turncoats. However, they should know that such turncoats are only loyal to money, he added. Awan said that PPP would continue the process of dialogue with all political parties including PML-N. A single party cannot decide the entire countrys fate, he added, urging all political parties to work together for the betterment of the country. Commenting on the deadline given by PML-N, Babar claimed that PPP never gave any deadline nor did it accept anyone. He added that PPP did not believe in politics of deadlines and there was no deadline in politics and decisions could be taken by consultation and not by dictations. Babar urged Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to fulfil promises regarding the 19-point reforms agenda of the PPP Punjab Parliamentary Party. The PPP has given two names for the implementation of the said agenda, which include Tanveer Ashraf Kaira and Ashraf Sohna, he added. He said that Shahbaz Sharifs Sundays statement would lead to reservations among the smaller provinces, which was not a good sign for the federation. We believe in politics of federation and reconciliation, and it is the basic reason for not leaving the provincial government, Babar maintained. Raja Riaz on the occasion said that Shahbaz Sharif did not take the issue pointed out by them seriously and that was why PPP had decided to present its 19-point agenda in the federal committee, which was constituted for the implementation of PML-Ns 10-point agenda.