ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Law and Justice Dr Babar Awan ruled out possibility of the mid-term elections in the country, saying the present government would complete its tenure and general election would be held in 2013. This he said while addressing media persons on oath taking ceremony of the executive body of Press Association of Supreme Court (PAS), at the apex court building here on Wednesday. On the occasion, he announced Rs1 million for PAS. The federal minister stated the elected governments in the past were not allowed to complete their tenures but now the PPP-led government would complete its term. The decisions taken in haste in political arenas are devoid of rationale as the decision of APDM to boycott the last elections. The people feeling estranged with the political process should not direct their grudge towards it, he advised. He said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz had violated the Charter of Democracy by doing horse trading in Punjab Assembly. Babar said that they had stopped culture of lotacracy forever through 18th Amendment. We will not act like those who are bent upon burying the Charter of Democracy, he said. The minister said the revolution had already taken place in Pakistan, as there was not a single incident of political victimisation in the country during PPP governments. Now there is no Ehtesab-ur-Rehman to promote witch hunting of the politicians. The people sitting in palatial houses should realise the public sentiments as there should be a difference between thinking of people living in large sized houses and those living inside ten-marla homes, he added. He said a political leader was saying that nation was witnessing the situation, which was correct, as the whole nation was active and vibrant with political maturity.