Pakistan dissolves parliament ahead of general election

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Ahead of the planned general elections in Pakistan, it was announced that the parliament was dissolved. While general elections are expected to be held within 90 days, the elections will be held with an interim government.

Pakistan dissolves parliament ahead of general election

Pakistan's parliament has been dissolved ahead of the general elections, which is dealing with the crisis of Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Ihlas News Agency reports.

President Arif Alvi has approved Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif's request to dissolve parliament ahead of general elections scheduled for this year.

While general elections are expected to be held within 90 days, the elections will be held with an interim government. Sharif will continue to serve until the interim government's prime minister is appointed.

The 5-year term of the Pakistani parliament was due to expire on August 12.

Previously, Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been banned from politics for 5 years in the Toshakhana case, which includes accusations of selling state gifts and concealing assets.

Source: Ihlas News Agency

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