LAHORE - Yet another round of talks held here on Friday between the PPP and PML-N party heads ended without any breakthrough on the issue of judges restoration and impeachment of President Musharraf, as both sides agreed to have more rounds of negotiations to resolve the contentious issues. PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif had four-hour long session at the latter's Raiwind residence to bridge the gap between their respective stance over various provisions of the constitutional package, but both the leaders agreed to disagree yet again after having almost half a dozen rounds of talks in the past three months. In Friday's meeting, PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif was assisted by Shahbaz Sharif, Ishaq Dar, Khawaja Asif and Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, while PPP Chief Asif Ali Zardari had along with him Jehangir Badr, Raja Riaz and Azizur Rehman Chan. Later, while briefing the media, senior PML-N leader Khawaja Muhammad Asif while admitting lack of complete unanimity of views between the two parties over the issues of reinstatement of judges and impeachment of President Musharraf, said that the two sides were still sticking to their respective viewpoints. He said efforts were underway to bridge the gap between two different viewpoints held by the two sides over various provisions of the proposed constitutional package. He anticipated two or three more rounds of talks, to be held between the two parties to reach some understanding to deal with all constitutional issues. About the timings of future negotiations, he said the leaders would sit together again by July 2 or 3 as soon as PPP Chief Asif Ali Zardari, who is planning a foreign trip in few days, is back home. Khawaja Asif, however, refused to divulge details of the meeting held between the two parties' leadership. He said there was no difference of opinion between the PPP and the PML (N) over President Musharraf's impeachment but other coalition partners, the ANP and JUI, also need to be consulted in this regard. To a question as to who would be the new president after Musharraf's impeachment, he said, "Let the seat to get vacated first, and then a decision can be taken about the new incumbent". Replying to a question about re-joining of federal cabinet by the PML-N ministers, Khawaja Asif said his party would not become part of the Government as long as the issue over which their ministers quit the cabinet remained alive. When asked whether or not the PML-N would support the finance bill in the National Assembly, which also contained the provision regarding increase in the number of Supreme Court Judges, the PML (N) leader said his party would help the PPP government to get the bill passed by the Parliament. Meanwhile, the PML (N) spokesperson Siddiqul Farooq said the PML (N) and the PPP leaders in their Friday meeting came closer to each other with regard to finding solution to the contentions issues, but it could not be called a major breakthrough. He said nation would soon hear good news from the PML (N) and PPP leadership, as, the two sides had a strong political will to tackle all the issues. Online adds: Asif Zardari and Nawaz Sharif held a meeting on Friday and discussed a set of issues ranging from political situation of the country, challenges facing the coalition govt, reinstatement of  the judges and likely impeachment of the President. Sources told Online PML-N protested over Governor Punjab Salman Taseer's statements against Government of Punjab. Replacement of Governor is one of the key demands made by PML-N during the meeting. The sources informed PML-N had told PPP leadership in unequivocal terms that it should replace Salman Taseer by some other PPP leader or worker if it was sincere in forging a national reconciliation and keeping the alliance intact. Monitoring Desk adds: Nawaz Sharif said the deposed judges would be reinstated, however, he could not give any timeframe in this connection because the issue was not dependant on his party only. Talking to reporters in Lahore after addressing a school function on Friday, Nawaz said that as far as the issue of judiciary was concerned, there was no ambiguity on the PML-N's side, rather the delay was from the other side which should be removed. He said it looked quite odd to repeat that the other partner should fulfil the commitment. He hoped that the other partner would honour the promise. He reiterated his party's stance that deposed judges should be restored through a resolution. However, he said that he could not give a precise time when the judges would be restored.   To a question about exploiting the 'Long March' episode, he said that his party was not looking to exploit the situation but it was striving for a stable and democratic Pakistan. Meanwhile, Leader of the House in Senate Mian Raza Rabbani hoped that the deposed judges would be restored before constitutional package is presented in Parliament, a private TV channel reported Friday. Rabbani said that judges would be restored through executive order according to Murree Declaration. Rabbani said National Accountability Bureau (NAB) would be abolished with the removal of sixth schedule while local government and Police Order will be amended.