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No certainties; as pm salwai faces vote of no confidence, PM may not take any action to save him. But it’s clear that opposition parties are now preparing to strike,” Shahnawaz Hussain wrote in The Daily Tele제주출장안마 제주출장마사지graph.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s team have confirmed that the cabinet is set to discuss on Tuesday whether to initiate talks with the opposition parties or move out of the current session of parliament and hold an election next year.

The timing of the announcement could be related to a series of developments this week, including the resignation of a justice minister, Abdul Basit Salhi and the arrest of former MP Mian Nabi Azad, who was allegedly involved in a corruption case involving former Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari.

The ruling PML-N party wants to change the law to permit a state to block people with a proven tr카지노ack record from standing in polls; and will also demand the return of the Lahore High Court judgment in which the high court ruled that the law on presidential candidates was invalid and declared that no person was disqualified from holding an office if they were a citizen of Pakistan. The ruling parties have sought a parliamentary debate 제천출장안마건마about the question of presidential candidates.

Shahid, however, told his party that he planned to back any law on presidential candidates that the opposition parties propose to introduce; he added, however, that if the opposition parties came up with a law to that effect, they would bring it up first in the session of parliament and demand it back at the next session.

The ruling political camp of Sharif has not yet officially backed any candidate from the opposition parties. “Any law in this session will not be approved, or it will be withdrawn. It will be adopted if we come up with one,” Nawaz’s chief secretary Shahid Ahmed said.

But a senior official of the PML-N party said there was no need for opposition parties to oppose the government if it seeks a law to block presidential candidates.

“There is no need to speak for them, but they need to be prepared to come up with a law,” said Mohammad Salim Khan, the parliamentary chief of the PML-N.

“We are ready to talk with any party on any issue to bring about reform or we will come up with a bill. There has been a movement to introduce a law for the last 20 years for presidential candidates, including the Law Commission of India (as an executive commission), but these have not got the support of the government,” said the opposition leader and lawyer