ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Two former Pakistani political parties said on Thursday that they will join their candidates for the prime minister in Parliament as well as the former cricket star Imran Khan, whose party Last week’s general election won.
The alliance with many other small parties was not likely to dismiss the election results as prime minister, but it could leave it with a slim majority that could make its stranger difficult.
Khan’s party, who has won 116 out of 272 election seats in the National Assembly, believes that coalition forces will join a large number of coalition partners to win the majority of votes to form the government.
But the main opposition parties, who alleged Thursday that the powerful army had voted on July 25, promised to vote together with several parties against Khan’s election as the Prime Minister in Parliament.
Speaking about the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Jail, Maryam Aurangzeb said, “It is a coalition which is against a lot of elections, and where all political parties provide free and fair, level-level sector Did not happen. ” Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
The Hizb-ut-Tahrir alliance did not believe there were numbers to stop the house elections.
In its initial diagnosis, the EU’s election monitoring team described the campaign as a non-competitive field but said it was with the people of Pakistan to decide on the legitimacy of the vote.
PPP’s Vice President Benazir Bhutto joined the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) led by the PPP and was head of several nationalist and religious parties in the formation of opposition, which was known as the conference of all parties. Went to
The PNNL and the PPP have occupied the power of military power over the years of military rule after taking over power in Pakistan, which has almost half of its own in 71 years after the independence of the UK.