Early elections in Pakistan The president dissolves parliament after refusing to no-confidence in the government

Early elections in Pakistan The president dissolves parliament after refusing to no-confidence in the government Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has survived a motion by the opposition to Parliament with the aim of no-confidence against him.  Deputy Speaker of the Pakistani Parliament Qassim Suri refused to vote on the opposition's motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan, claiming that it is against the constitution.  Parliament was due to discuss the opposition's motion to nominate Khan after he lost his parliamentary majority.  Khan said he had advised the president to dissolve parliament, urging Pakistanis to prepare for new elections.  For his part, Pakistani President Arif Alvi decided Sunday to dissolve parliament at the call of Prime Minister Imran Khan, who demanded early elections.  Alawi issued an official announcement dissolving parliament, local press reported.  For his part, Deputy Information Minister Farouk Habib said on Twitter that the elections will take place within 90 days.  Suri, who chaired Sunday's session, justified his decision by saying that the motion of no-confidence against the prime minister was "backed by a foreign power", in reference to what Khan has repeated in recent days of the United States' interference in the efforts to oust him.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has survived a motion by the opposition to Parliament with the aim of no-confidence against him.

Deputy Speaker of the Pakistani Parliament Qassim Suri refused to vote on the opposition's motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan, claiming that it is against the constitution.

Parliament was due to discuss the opposition's motion to nominate Khan after he lost his parliamentary majority.

Khan said he had advised the president to dissolve parliament, urging Pakistanis to prepare for new elections.

For his part, Pakistani President Arif Alvi decided Sunday to dissolve parliament at the call of Prime Minister Imran Khan, who demanded early elections.

Alawi issued an official announcement dissolving parliament, local press reported.

For his part, Deputy Information Minister Farouk Habib said on Twitter that the elections will take place within 90 days.

Suri, who chaired Sunday's session, justified his decision by saying that the motion of no-confidence against the prime minister was "backed by a foreign power", in reference to what Khan has repeated in recent days of the United States' interference in the efforts to oust him.
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