The no-confidence motion is again on the agenda of the National Assembly

The no-confidence motion is again on the agenda of the National Assembly Item No. 3 and 4 of the Order of the Day of the House issued by the National Assembly Secretariat on Sunday evening mentions a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.  This handout photo was released by the National Assembly of Pakistan on 13 August 2018 and shows Prime Minister Imran Khan taking the oath of office as Member of Parliament (Photo: AFP File / PID)  The no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again been included in the agenda of Monday evening's session of the lower house of the Pakistani parliament, the National Assembly.  Item No. 3 and 4 of the Order of the Day (Agenda) of the House issued by the National Assembly Secretariat on Sunday evening mentions a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.  It may be recalled that the opposition parties have filed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan which was handed over to the Assembly Secretariat on March 8 along with a request to convene a meeting of the National Assembly.  The Speaker of the National Assembly had convened a meeting of the House on the relocation of the Opposition on Friday, March 25, after a three-day delay due to the meeting of the Council of OIC Foreign Ministers in Islamabad.  However, Speaker Asad Qaiser had adjourned the meeting till Monday after reciting Fateha for the reward of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) National Assembly member Khayal Zaman Orakzai and other deceased.  However, he adjourned the meeting and made it clear that he would act in accordance with the law and the constitution on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.  What will happen in the House today?  According to the Order of the Day issued for Monday, the sitting of the National Assembly will begin at 4 pm with recitation of Holy Quran, translation, Naat and national anthem followed by the questions asked by the federal ministers and members of the National Assembly under item number two. Will answer  After the Question Hour, according to the next item number three of the agenda, the Speaker will ask the members of the Opposition to seek permission from the House for the motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan.  One or more members of the opposition will seek permission from the National Assembly to table a no-confidence motion, which will have the following words on its agenda: 'Let the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran A no-confidence motion should be moved against Khan under Article 95 (1) of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and Article 37 of the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly 2007.  The same item also includes a list of names of 147 members of the National Assembly from opposition parties who moved a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.  The Speaker will seek the opinion of the members present in the House on the request for permission in case of 'Yes' or 'No' and in case of majority vote in favor of it, permission will be granted.  Opposition members will present a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan in the National Assembly under item number four of the agenda if they are allowed to table the resolution.  The no-confidence motion on the agenda reads: "This House believes that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, so he should step down."  Under Article 95 (1) of the Constitution of Pakistan, at least 20% of the total members of the National Assembly (which is currently 341) will table a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.  The list of names of 152 members of all opposition parties is also attached in item number four of Monday's agenda of the National Assembly.  It may be recalled that during Friday's session of the National Assembly, 159 members belonging to opposition parties were present in the House.  According to Article 95 (2) of the Constitution of Pakistan, a vote of no confidence in a motion of no confidence against the Prime Minister under 95 (1) cannot be taken for the next three days. Will be.  Thus, if a no-confidence motion is filed against Prime Minister Imran Khan today (Monday, March 28), it cannot be voted on until Thursday (March 31), while voting must be held by next Monday (April 4).  The Speaker is bound to vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan three days later and seven days before.  After the motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan is tabled, the House will begin proceedings on the next agenda item, which has a total number of 27 for today, and in which the reports of committees other than legislation were presented before the House. Including going.  Will distrust fail or succeed?  In order to know the possible success or failure of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, it is necessary to know the number of members of political parties in the National Assembly or the number of government and opposition seats.  The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is the largest numerical force in the current National Assembly, which was formed as a result of the 2018 elections, and has formed a federal government with the support of other parties.  Apart from the 155 members of PTI in the National Assembly, the federal government will be represented by PML-Q (5), Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (7), Grand Democratic Alliance (3), Awami Muslim League (1), Balochistan Awami Party (5) and Jamhuri. Watan Party (1) and two independent members of the Assembly.  However, the only MNA of Jamhoori Watan Party and special adviser to the Prime Minister Shah Zain Bugti yesterday announced his separation from the government and joining the opposition, due to which the number of Brahmin MNAs in the government seats has been reduced to 154. Has gone  Unlike the ruling coalition, the opposition members in the assembly are Pakistan Muslim League-N (84), Pakistan People's Party (56), Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Pakistan (15), Awami National Party (1), Balochistan National Party (4) and two independent members. Assemblies are included.  Thus, in the 341-member National Assembly, the number of MNAs belonging to the ruling parties is 178, while 163 members are part of the opposition benches in the National Assembly.  According to Article 95 of the Constitution of Pakistan, a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister can be won by a simple majority of the total membership of the House.  Therefore, the opposition needs the support of at least nine more members of the National Assembly to make the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan a success.  Opposition parties have claimed that they have met the required number of MNAs and in this regard, the presence of deviant MNAs of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) at Sindh House in Islamabad was deliberately exposed a few days ago. Was  In the current National Assembly, there are at least 50 members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) who have been associated with various opposition parties before the 2018 general elections and some of them were present in the MNS Sindh House.  According to journalist and V-lager Shakir Solangi, the opposition parties are working on such members and in this regard, the ticket scam in the upcoming elections may prove to be the most effective.  On the other hand, the three major opposition parties (Pakistan Muslim League-N, Pakistan Peoples Party and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazlur Rehman) are also trying to gain the support of the ruling coalition parties.  In this regard, the opposition leaders have held several meetings with PML-Q, Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan, Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and others.  Apart from the opposition, Prime Minister Imran Khan and his key federal ministers have also been meeting leaders of the Chaudhry brothers in Gujarat, MQM in Karachi and Baap in Quetta.  The final decision on the success or failure of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan will be taken after the vote on the resolution in the National Assembly, but political maneuvering is on the rise in the country.  The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and opposition parties are trying to garner the support of as many MNAs as possible.  Opposition parties will be forced to bring their supporting MNAs to the House on the day of the vote of no-confidence because they will have to field 172 members in support of the no-confidence motion.  Unlike the opposition, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will try to keep its supporters away from the House on the day of voting on the resolution.  Justice of War  On the other hand, President Dr. Arif Alvi, through a presidential reference, asked the Supreme Court of Pakistan under Article 63A of the Constitution regarding the legality of the vote on the motion of no-confidence of deviant MNAs of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and their ineligibility. Has asked for guidance.  The ruling PTI wants to deprive its own deviant MNAs of the right to vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan and disqualify them for life if they use the vote.  A five-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Omar Ata Bandial, is hearing the presidential reference, which is scheduled to be heard for the third time today.  It is hoped that the Supreme Court will send its opinion to the President before the National Assembly votes on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Item No. 3 and 4 of the Order of the Day of the House issued by the National Assembly Secretariat on Sunday evening mentions a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again been included in the agenda of Monday evening's session of the lower house of the Pakistani parliament, the National Assembly.

Item No. 3 and 4 of the Order of the Day (Agenda) of the House issued by the National Assembly Secretariat on Sunday evening mentions a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

It may be recalled that the opposition parties have filed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan which was handed over to the Assembly Secretariat on March 8 along with a request to convene a meeting of the National Assembly.

The Speaker of the National Assembly had convened a meeting of the House on the relocation of the Opposition on Friday, March 25, after a three-day delay due to the meeting of the Council of OIC Foreign Ministers in Islamabad.

However, Speaker Asad Qaiser had adjourned the meeting till Monday after reciting Fateha for the reward of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) National Assembly member Khayal Zaman Orakzai and other deceased.

However, he adjourned the meeting and made it clear that he would act in accordance with the law and the constitution on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

What will happen in the House today?

According to the Order of the Day issued for Monday, the sitting of the National Assembly will begin at 4 pm with recitation of Holy Quran, translation, Naat and national anthem followed by the questions asked by the federal ministers and members of the National Assembly under item number two. Will answer

After the Question Hour, according to the next item number three of the agenda, the Speaker will ask the members of the Opposition to seek permission from the House for the motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

One or more members of the opposition will seek permission from the National Assembly to table a no-confidence motion, which will have the following words on its agenda: 'Let the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran A no-confidence motion should be moved against Khan under Article 95 (1) of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and Article 37 of the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly 2007.

The same item also includes a list of names of 147 members of the National Assembly from opposition parties who moved a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The Speaker will seek the opinion of the members present in the House on the request for permission in case of 'Yes' or 'No' and in case of majority vote in favor of it, permission will be granted.

Opposition members will present a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan in the National Assembly under item number four of the agenda if they are allowed to table the resolution.

The no-confidence motion on the agenda reads: "This House believes that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, so he should step down."

Under Article 95 (1) of the Constitution of Pakistan, at least 20% of the total members of the National Assembly (which is currently 341) will table a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.

The list of names of 152 members of all opposition parties is also attached in item number four of Monday's agenda of the National Assembly.

It may be recalled that during Friday's session of the National Assembly, 159 members belonging to opposition parties were present in the House.

According to Article 95 (2) of the Constitution of Pakistan, a vote of no confidence in a motion of no confidence against the Prime Minister under 95 (1) cannot be taken for the next three days. Will be.

Thus, if a no-confidence motion is filed against Prime Minister Imran Khan today (Monday, March 28), it cannot be voted on until Thursday (March 31), while voting must be held by next Monday (April 4).

The Speaker is bound to vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan three days later and seven days before.

After the motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan is tabled, the House will begin proceedings on the next agenda item, which has a total number of 27 for today, and in which the reports of committees other than legislation were presented before the House. Including going.

Will distrust fail or succeed?
In order to know the possible success or failure of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, it is necessary to know the number of members of political parties in the National Assembly or the number of government and opposition seats.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is the largest numerical force in the current National Assembly, which was formed as a result of the 2018 elections, and has formed a federal government with the support of other parties.

Apart from the 155 members of PTI in the National Assembly, the federal government will be represented by PML-Q (5), Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (7), Grand Democratic Alliance (3), Awami Muslim League (1), Balochistan Awami Party (5) and Jamhuri. Watan Party (1) and two independent members of the Assembly.

However, the only MNA of Jamhoori Watan Party and special adviser to the Prime Minister Shah Zain Bugti yesterday announced his separation from the government and joining the opposition, due to which the number of Brahmin MNAs in the government seats has been reduced to 154. Has gone

Unlike the ruling coalition, the opposition members in the assembly are Pakistan Muslim League-N (84), Pakistan People's Party (56), Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Pakistan (15), Awami National Party (1), Balochistan National Party (4) and two independent members. Assemblies are included.

Thus, in the 341-member National Assembly, the number of MNAs belonging to the ruling parties is 178, while 163 members are part of the opposition benches in the National Assembly.

According to Article 95 of the Constitution of Pakistan, a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister can be won by a simple majority of the total membership of the House.

Therefore, the opposition needs the support of at least nine more members of the National Assembly to make the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan a success.

Opposition parties have claimed that they have met the required number of MNAs and in this regard, the presence of deviant MNAs of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) at Sindh House in Islamabad was deliberately exposed a few days ago. Was

In the current National Assembly, there are at least 50 members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) who have been associated with various opposition parties before the 2018 general elections and some of them were present in the MNS Sindh House.

According to journalist and V-lager Shakir Solangi, the opposition parties are working on such members and in this regard, the ticket scam in the upcoming elections may prove to be the most effective.

On the other hand, the three major opposition parties (Pakistan Muslim League-N, Pakistan Peoples Party and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazlur Rehman) are also trying to gain the support of the ruling coalition parties.

In this regard, the opposition leaders have held several meetings with PML-Q, Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan, Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and others.

Apart from the opposition, Prime Minister Imran Khan and his key federal ministers have also been meeting leaders of the Chaudhry brothers in Gujarat, MQM in Karachi and Baap in Quetta.

The final decision on the success or failure of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan will be taken after the vote on the resolution in the National Assembly, but political maneuvering is on the rise in the country.

The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and opposition parties are trying to garner the support of as many MNAs as possible.

Opposition parties will be forced to bring their supporting MNAs to the House on the day of the vote of no-confidence because they will have to field 172 members in support of the no-confidence motion.

Unlike the opposition, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will try to keep its supporters away from the House on the day of voting on the resolution.

Justice of War

On the other hand, President Dr. Arif Alvi, through a presidential reference, asked the Supreme Court of Pakistan under Article 63A of the Constitution regarding the legality of the vote on the motion of no-confidence of deviant MNAs of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and their ineligibility. Has asked for guidance.

The ruling PTI wants to deprive its own deviant MNAs of the right to vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan and disqualify them for life if they use the vote.

A five-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Omar Ata Bandial, is hearing the presidential reference, which is scheduled to be heard for the third time today.

It is hoped that the Supreme Court will send its opinion to the President before the National Assembly votes on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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