ISLAMABAD - Presidential election next week to choose a successor to Pervez Musharraf will be a triangular fight after the Election Commission announced its final list of candidates Saturday. Pakistan People's Party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari is well poised to win the race against two other candidates, former chief judge Saeeduz Zaman Siddiqui and Mushahid Hussain. "It's a three-way contest now," Election Commission Secretary Kanwar Dilshad said. PPP and PML-N Saturday withdrew nomination papers of their covering candidates for presidential election, to be held on September 6, 2008.   Faryal Talpur was covering candidate of Asif Ali Zardari while Roedad Khan was covering candidate of Justice (Retd) Saeeduzzamaan Siddiqui.   Faryal Talpur told the media after withdrawing her nomination papers that the PPP had decided unanimously that Asif Ali Zardari would be the presidential candidate of the party. "Zardari will be elected as president of Pakistan with overwhelming majority. I had filed nomination paper as his covering candidate and now has decided to withdraw my nomination papers," she added.     In reply to a question, she said that PPP is a democratic party and it would fulfill all its promises, which has been made with the people of Pakistan in the general elections. She said Asif Ali Zardari is the most suitable person for the office of the president of Pakistan. Roedad Khan also spoke to media after withdrawing his nomination papers and said that Justice (Retd) Saeeduzzamaan Siddiqui's hands were clean and was never involved in any kinds of corruption, like other nominees. He said that he had filed his nomination papers as his covering candidate but after the acceptance of his nomination by the Election Commission now he has withdrawn his papers. "Siddiqui is the most suitable and appropriate candidate for the slot of President. He (Siddiqui) will succeed in the presidential election.