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Former Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is set to lead a minority government

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is set to lead a minority government

The Pakistan People's Party wants to support the Muslim League in parliament

Pakistan It should be led in the future by a minority government led by the former Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif Judged.

She said she would support the Muslim League in Parliament Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) On Tuesday. The co-chair and former chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party said the goal was to get Pakistan out of the crisis Asif Ali Zardari During a press conference with Sharif. He was nominated by his brother, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

The Muslim League and the Pakistan People's Party have enough votes to obtain a simple majority in Parliament. In the elections that took place five days ago, the former prime minister was imprisoned Omran Khan Supported candidates received the largest number of seats.

In Pakistan, the Prime Minister is elected by the National Assembly for a term of five years by a simple majority. One of the economic challenges facing nuclear energy is to negotiate a new aid program with the International Monetary Fund as quickly as possible. The country, with a population of 241 million people, is facing an economic crisis and record inflation.

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