September 27, 2022
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Supreme Court restored Parliament, PM Imran Khan will face no-confidence motion

ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court restored Parliament, Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet has also been reinstated and he will now face the no-confidence motion again.

A larger bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has declared the deputy speaker’s ruling to disallow no-confidence motion against Imran Khan as unconstitutional in a unanimous judgment. The court has set aside the ruling and the steps taken after it, including the dissolution of the National Assembly, which now stands reinstated.

Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet has also been reinstated and he will now face the no-confidence motion again.

The top court has also ruled that the National Assembly session on the no-confidence motion must be held at 10:30am on Saturday, April 9, and must not be prorogued until a vote on the motion.

It said that if the prime minister is removed by no-confidence motion, the new leader of the house should be elected in the same session, SAMAA TV reported.

Sources: SAMAA NEWS

Supreme Court restored Parliament, PM Imran Khan will face no-confidence motion

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