Pakistan’s National Assembly rejected a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan
The deputy speaker of Pakistan’s National Assembly dismissed a no-confidence motion session against the country’s prime minister Imran Khan, saying…
The deputy speaker of Pakistan’s National Assembly dismissed a no-confidence motion session against the country’s prime minister Imran Khan, saying the motion brought forward is unconstitutional. Following the move, Khan said he recommended to the President of Pakistan to dissolve the National Assembly and announce fresh elections.
Pakistan’s embattled prime minister, Imran Khan, outmaneuvered his political opponents Sunday as they attempted to oust him from power through a vote of no confidence.
Prime Minister Imran Khan threw Pakistan into chaos on Sunday, calling for a fresh election after one of his political allies abruptly scrapped a no-confidence vote in a shock move that will be reviewed by the nation’s highest court.
What people are saying?
Gharidah Farooqi Imran Khan no longer the Prime Minister of Pakistan – by unconstitutionally dissolving Assembly & his own Govt – in a manner of dictatorship. No Confidence Motion would’ve brought same result but honourably, constitutionally & could’ve bought him sympathy vote in the long run.
M. Riaz He didn’t just outmanoeuvred opposition but it’s American handlers as well. The plan was hatched by Americans and the embassy staff have been meeting opposition members for the 4-6 months conspiracy against a democratic government.