Pakistan’s new ruling alliance takes control of parliament with new Speaker | Malay Mail

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Pakistan’s new ruling alliance takes control of parliament with new Speaker | Malay Mail

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Pakistan’s new ruling alliance takes control of parliament with new Speaker | Malay Mail

ISLAMABAD, April 16 — Pakistan’s new ruling alliance took control of the lower house of parliament today with the election of a new speaker, cementing control of the assembly after former premier Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote. The previous speaker and his deputy, both Khan...

channel for the latest updates.ISLAMABAD, April 16 — Pakistan’s new ruling alliance took control of the lower house of parliament today with the election of a new speaker, cementing control of the assembly after former premier Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote.

The previous speaker and his deputy, both Khan allies, had attempted to block and then delay the vote, only for the country’s top court to deem their actions illegal.The lower house of parliament eventually voted in favour of removing Khan from office tomorrow.

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ISLAMABAD, April 16 — Pakistan’s new ruling alliance took control of the lower house of parliament today with the election of a new speaker, cementing control of the assembly after former premier Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote. The previous speaker and his deputy, both Khan allies, had attempted to block and then delay the vote, only for the country’s top court to deem their actions illegal. The lower house of parliament eventually voted in favour of removing Khan from office tomorrow. That measure, estimated at 373 billion Pakistani rupees (RM8. The new ruling alliance has already elected their candidate, Shehbaz Sharif as the new prime minister. The new speaker is Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, a former prime minister who belongs to the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), part of the new ruling alliance. — Reuters You May Also Like.

He was elected unopposed in the absence of Khan’s party, which resigned en masse from the house on Monday. “I have . “Raja Pervaiz Ashraf took oath as the 22nd Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan,” said a Twitter account run by the staff of Pakistan’s National Assembly, the lower house of parliament. The resignations are yet to be fully processed. If accepted, Pakistan faces the prospect of close to 100 by-elections within two months, a major distraction for Sharif and his coalition partners and a potential platform for Khan to mobilise support. decided not to hike fuel prices in the public interest,” Shehbaz Sharif, the new prime minister, said at a dinner in Islamabad last night. Sharif is expected to name his cabinet in the coming days with a number of policy challenges facing the new government, in particular dealing with an economy in deep trouble.

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