After his government was no longer trusted, Khan: The struggle began against a foreign conspiracy to change the regime

After his government was no longer trusted, Khan: The struggle began against a foreign conspiracy to change the regime The dismissed Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, claimed that his country is being subjected to a foreign conspiracy seeking to change the regime, against the background of Parliament's vote yesterday, Saturday, in favor of no-confidence in his government.  Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that his country is being exposed to a "foreign plot to change the regime" and that the struggle against it "begins today".  Khan's comments came a day after his government was toppled in a no-confidence vote.  He added, in a tweet on Twitter: "Pakistan became an independent country in 1974, but the struggle for freedom begins today again against a foreign plot to change the regime."  "It is always the people of the country who defend their sovereignty and democracy," Khan continued.   The Pakistani parliament will hold a session to elect a new prime minister on Monday.  On Sunday, Pakistani media quoted Ayaz Sadiq, who chaired the vote of no-confidence, that the candidates to fill the vacant prime ministerial seat must submit their candidacy for the presidency of Parliament today, Sunday.  Sadiq said the new prime minister would be elected in parliament on Monday afternoon.  According to the rules of the Pakistani parliament, the legislature must elect a new Muslim prime minister without further action, if the prime minister's seat becomes vacant, and the candidate with 172 votes or more wins.  Media reports indicate that the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League, Nawaz Sharif, will be the country's new prime minister.  On Saturday, a majority of Pakistani parliament members voted in favor of no-confidence against the government of Imran Khan, in the first successful vote of no-confidence against the prime minister in Pakistan's history.  The Associated Press reported that the Pakistani opposition managed to obtain 174 votes, out of 342 seats in Parliament, in favor of withdrawing confidence from the government of Imran Khan, in a vote on a proposal submitted by the opposition on March 8.

The dismissed Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, claimed that his country is being subjected to a foreign conspiracy seeking to change the regime, against the background of Parliament's vote yesterday, Saturday, in favor of no-confidence in his government.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that his country is being exposed to a "foreign plot to change the regime" and that the struggle against it "begins today".

Khan's comments came a day after his government was toppled in a no-confidence vote.

He added, in a tweet on Twitter: "Pakistan became an independent country in 1974, but the struggle for freedom begins today again against a foreign plot to change the regime."

"It is always the people of the country who defend their sovereignty and democracy," Khan continued.


The Pakistani parliament will hold a session to elect a new prime minister on Monday.

On Sunday, Pakistani media quoted Ayaz Sadiq, who chaired the vote of no-confidence, that the candidates to fill the vacant prime ministerial seat must submit their candidacy for the presidency of Parliament today, Sunday.

Sadiq said the new prime minister would be elected in parliament on Monday afternoon.

According to the rules of the Pakistani parliament, the legislature must elect a new Muslim prime minister without further action, if the prime minister's seat becomes vacant, and the candidate with 172 votes or more wins.

Media reports indicate that the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League, Nawaz Sharif, will be the country's new prime minister.

On Saturday, a majority of Pakistani parliament members voted in favor of no-confidence against the government of Imran Khan, in the first successful vote of no-confidence against the prime minister in Pakistan's history.

The Associated Press reported that the Pakistani opposition managed to obtain 174 votes, out of 342 seats in Parliament, in favor of withdrawing confidence from the government of Imran Khan, in a vote on a proposal submitted by the opposition on March 8.
Previous Post Next Post