Efforts to form a coalition government in Pakistan failed, talks between PMLN and PPP failed – India TV Hindi

Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and former Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto.  - India TV Hindi.

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Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and former Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto.

Islamabad: Another attempt to form a coalition government after Pakistan’s broken mandate has failed. Let us tell you that the PMLN and the PPP could not agree on a power-sharing ‘formula’ for a coalition government. Negotiations between the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) remained fruitless. However, both sides claimed “significant progress” in the talks. This information is given in a news. A third meeting between the Coordination and Coordination Committees (CCC) of the two parties on Saturday was inconclusive and the two decided to hold another meeting on Monday to finalize the power-sharing formula.

A statement issued by the PML-N after the meeting said there had been “significant progress” in talks with both sides, stressing the need for a “strong democratic government”. “The proposals put forward by both sides were thoroughly discussed and, although considerable progress has been made, further discussions are needed to finalize the current issues,” a joint statement said.

PML-N nominated Shehbaz Sharif for the post of Prime Minister.

PML-N led by Nawaz Sharif has nominated Shehbaz Sharif for the post of Prime Minister. Candidates supported by former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party won 93 out of 265 seats in the National Assembly. PML-N won 75 seats while PPP stood third with 54 seats. Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) has also agreed to support with 17 seats. 133 out of 266 seats are required to form the government. (language)

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