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Pakistan's Supreme Court Overturns Decision to Dissolve Parliament


Fri 08 Apr 2022 | 06:13 PM
Ahmed Moamar

Pakistan's Supreme Court has annulled the dissolution of the National Assembly(parliament), and decided to vote on the opposition's motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister Imran Khan, which would likely cost him his position, France 24 reported.

The Pakistani Supreme Court had postponed consideration of the legality of the parliament's abolition of a vote of no confidence in the prime minister.

Pakistani President Arif Alvi had accepted Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan's request to dissolve the country's parliament and call early elections after the opposition's attempt to cast confidence in his government through parliament failed.

Pres.  Alvi has agreed to the request of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to dissolve the country's parliament and call for early elections after the opposition's attempt to cast confidence in his government through parliament failed," the media office of the Pakistani president said in a statement, according to the Pakistani newspaper (Express Tribune) on its website.