"The man lampooned unfairly by the country's powerful establishment as 'Mr 10 per cent' has in fact given 110 per cent back to the country," tweeted Zardari's elder daughter Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari.
"For the first time in the history of this country, a democratically elected President has voluntarily given up his power," Bakhtawar tweeted when Zardari signed the constitution reforms package, which stripped the President of his sweeping powers.
Zardari's 21-year-old son Bilawal, who is the co-chairman of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, too is making efforts to take the party to the next level.
"I wish Zia (General Zia-ul-Haq) had lived. I wish he had lived to witness our revenge," Bilawal tweeted about the late dictator.
“I wish he had lived despite the fact that he murdered members of my family. I wish he had lived to see the day we elected the Muslim world's first female PM. I wish he had lived to see us elect the first female speaker of our National Assembly," Bilawal tweeted.
Besides tweeting about their parents, the siblings have also been tweeting about their cousin Fatima Bhutto, who had recently released a book on the Bhutto dynasty.
"Your sister doesn't know how to spell my name. She keeps tweeting fake love to randomers. Sad now," Bakhtawar tweeted.
"I know, you never tweet love -- me. Sigh. I'll accept all the other mediums of love though so it's okay," she said in another tweet.