ISLAMABAD - Awami National Party (ANP) has welcomed the proposed constitutional package while the second major ruling coalition partner, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has not come forward with a clear stance. The PML-N has expressed its reservations over the restoration of deposed judiciary through constitutional amendment and reduction in the tenure of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Chairman, Pakistan Muslim League-N Raja Zafarul Haq, while talking to TheNation said that the matter of restoration of deposed judges should not be included in the constitutional package. "The reinstatement of deposed judges should be done through a resolution in the National Assembly followed by an executive order according to Murree Declaration," he said. He said that some clauses of the proposed constitutional package were controversial. "Judges issue should have not been included in the package and the party will discuss it in its Central Working Committee (CWC)", he said. He said that the reduction in the tenure of the Chief Justice of the apex court was also a controversial issue and it would be discussed in the CWC.    The PML-N spokesman, Siddiqul Farooq said that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) had not provided a copy of the package so far. "After receiving the copy we will discuss it with constitutional experts", he added. The Awami National Party (ANP) Information Secretary, Zahid Khan said, "The ANP welcomes the constitutional package". The party had placed three demands before the PPP, which have been included the package, he argued.    He said that the ANP had made three demands: change of the name of the NWFP, change in the policy about terrorism and removal of the concurrent list from the Constitution. He said that the PPP had honoured ANP's demands by including them in the package. The JUI-F chief, Maulana Fazlur Rehman when contacted in this connection, said that his party would give a detailed comment after going through the draft. He, however, welcomed the decision of changing the name of NWFP. Newsdesk adds: PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has stated that he had not yet formally received draft of the constitutional package.   However, he said that on receiving the draft, they would thoroughly study it in a meeting of party leaders and after that, he will comment on it. Moreover, party leaders continued consultations and discussions following media reports about the proposed package at Nawaz's Model Town residence on Saturday. The PML-N leaders said they considered the November 3 steps taken by Pervez Musharraf as unconstitutional and they also did not accept cutting the service tenure of CJP. According to sources, Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif, Javed Hashmi, Rafiq Tarar and other leaders were present at the Model Town meeting. Nawaz contacted legal and constitutional experts to get their opinion on the proposed package and they will hold more discussions on Sunday (today).