Pakistan: extra time for Imran Khan as parliament rejects no-confidence vote

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Pakistan’s parliament has been dissolved by its president Arif Alv, after a vote of no confidence in prime minister Imran Khan did not go ahead. Elections are likely to follow and the question of who will lead Pakistan into its 76th year remains uncertain.
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Specialist publicationThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 4 Apr 2022

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  • Pakistan
  • Elections
  • Imran Khan


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