The Pakistan Supreme Court issued its decision on Wednesday, ruling that the deputy speaker’s decision to dissolve the country’s national assembly was unconstitutional. The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the deputy speaker’s decision was unconstitutional.
In defiance of President Arif Alvi’s decision to dissolve Pakistan’s lower house of Parliament, a five-judge bench of the Pakistan Supreme Court ordered the National Assembly’s reinstatement. Furthermore, opposition parties have been granted permission to hold a no-confidence vote against the Imran Khan administration.
The Supreme Court ruled that the order for new elections was null and void, stating that the national assembly had been reconstituted and that the Speaker had been ordered to convene a session. The no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan will now take place on Saturday, April 9, 2022, according to the Supreme Court’s decision.
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