Besides summoned a meeting of PPP coalition partners on Sunday, President Asif Ali Zardari has also called party’s legal experts tomorrow for a consultation over Supreme Court’s ruling to strike down contempt law. The new law, passed by the Parliament last month, sought to exempt members of the government from contempt trials. The bill cleared the way for legal proceedings against Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf who has been given August 8 deadline by the apex court to write a letter to Swiss authority for reopening of money laundering cases. But on Friday, a five-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry declared the law "unconstitutional". Sources said team of PPP’s legal experts would review the post-SC-vertical situation and guide the party Co-Chairperson to device future course of action. The President would later take government allies into confidence while chairing a separate meeting in the Presidency, sources said. Earlier, a meeting of the heads of allied parties co-chaired by President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has discussed the power crisis and the current situation in the country. Briefing about the meeting‚ Presidential Spokesman Senator Farhatullah Babar said that the Prime Minister gave a detailed overview to the meeting on the current power situation in the country. The Prime Minister said that the energy situation is steadily improving and expressed the hope that the crises would be overcome soon. The President directed for immediate implementing the Cabinet decision about zero duty on the import of solar panels so as to encourage the growth of solar power and reduce pressure on power sector. The President also advised that the small dams being built in various parts of the country should be completed on priority basis. The meeting was also briefed by Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira‚ who had been specially sent to Muzaffargarh to report on the damaged power pylons. The meeting also decided that special measures be taken to address the issues of traders and businessmen in Karachi and curb the menace of extortions with an iron hand regardless of the political affiliations of those involved in it. The Presidential Spokesman said that current situation was also discussed and the meeting expressed its resolve that the right of the Parliament to legislate would be upheld and this right would not be allowed to be compromised. The meeting reiterated unequivocally that the power to legislate under the Constitution belongs to elected representatives alone. The meeting was attended among others by Senator Ch. Shujaat Hussain‚ Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel‚ Senator Afrasiab Khattak‚ Dr. Farooq Sattar‚ Senator Babar Khan Ghouri‚ Senator Abbas Khan Afridi‚ Munir Khan Orakzai and Hameedullah Jan Afridi.