ISLAMABAD - Congratulating the Cabinet on the completion of two years of the government, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Wednesday, said the performance of each ministry would be evaluated on the basis of the targets achieved during the last two years. While chairing the 52nd Cabinet meeting, Prime Minister said that as per the five-year targets fixed by the incumbent government pace of achievement was encouraging. Addressing a press briefing after the Cabinet meeting, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting Syed Sumsam Bukhari said that there was no deadlock in the proceedings of the Parliaments Committee on Constitutional Reforms (CCR). He was also of the view that the committee would soon announce a unanimous package. Samsam Bukhari informed that the constitutional reforms once passed by the Parliament would be an historic achievement of all the political parties. He said the prime minister emphasised the Cabinet members as well as parliamentarians of the coalition to regularly attend the current session. As per the decision of the Cabinet, Minister said, It was decided in the meeting that five ministries would be taken up in each Cabinet meeting for review and decision. Talking about the Cabinet meetings performances during last two years, he said that during the last 51 meetings of the Cabinet, 492 decisions were taken. As many as 428 decisions were implemented which indicated 87 per cent of the decisions were implemented and 64 decisions were implemented under different stages. The Cabinet also reviewed that most of the pending decisions related to cooperation with other countries besides there were items, which required consultations with stakeholders in different sectors as per directive of the Cabinet. To a question, he said, Prime Minister made it clear in the Cabinet meeting that energy sector was top priority on the agenda of Pakistan-US strategic dialogue adding that the delegation led by Foreign Minister comprising political and military leadership demonstrated national approach on key issues. To a question he said PP would restore the Constitution in its original form. The Cabinet accorded approval in principle to initiate negotiations for joining the Trans-Pacific Economic Partnership Agreement signed by New Zealand, Chile, Singapore and Brunei Dar-e-Salam for liberalization of trade in goods and trade facilitation measures, Samsam further told. The Cabinet also set up a Ministerial Committee under the chairmanship of Minister for Health to review the project and submit its recommendations to the Cabinet, the minister told the journalists. The Cabinet also approved the Draft Memorandum of Understanding between Pakistan and Iraq for defence training cooperation between the two countries, Sumsam Bukhari said. The Cabinet approved loan agreement with the Government of Japan for National Transmission lines and Grid Station Strengthening Project. The Government of Japan would grant loan of Japanese Yen 23.3 Billion (equivalent to US $ 257 Million) for this purpose. The Cabinet approved the ratification of International Convention on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and Convention against Torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment subject to the approval of the Cabinet Committee of the Ministries of Religious Affairs, Minorities Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Law and Justice, Economic Affairs Division and Human Rights. The Cabinet approved in principle to enter into negotiations with Spain on an agreement on transfer of sentenced persons, Sumsam Bukhari said. The Cabinet accorded ex-post facto approval in principle to start negotiations on and MoU with South Asia Cooperative Environment Programme (SACEP) on Regional Oil and Chemical Pollution Contingency Plan, he told. The Cabinet gave ex-post facto approval to the MoU between Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) and two Chinese solar energy companies, Sumsam said adding the Cabinet also approved the determination of up-front tariff for co-generation projects by sugar industry with the improvement of wordings by the Law ministry.