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Government Committee Submitted Negotiation Reports With PTI To The Supreme Court

ISLAMABAD: Government’s negotiation committee has submitted the report of negotiations with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf to the Supreme Court. The head of the committee, Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, through the Attorney
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ISLAMABAD: Government’s negotiation committee has submitted the report of negotiations with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf to the Supreme Court.

The head of the committee, Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, through the Attorney General, submitted the report of the negotiations in the Supreme Court, in which it is said that the government allies and the opposition have agreed to hold elections on one date across the country.

According to the report, they are ready to restore the negotiation process in the best interest of the country. Tehreek-e-Insaf agreed to hold the election on a date. There was positive progress in the negotiations between the parties on the issue of elections.

In the government report, it is further said that the date for the dissolution of the National Assembly and the rest of the provincial assemblies could not be agreed upon. The government allies showed flexibility in the negotiations. Apart from this, the premature dissolution of assemblies was also considered.

The hearing of the case related to holding general elections simultaneously across the country will be held today. A 3-member bench headed by Supreme Court Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandyal will hold a hearing at 11:30 am. The bench includes Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Justice Muneeb Akhtar.

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The Supreme Court has issued notices to the Attorney General and other parties in the case. The Election Commission has filed a request for reconsideration of the court decision after the bans in the Punjab elections.

It should be noted that the Supreme Court had issued a written order for the hearing on April 27 yesterday, in which the court made it clear that according to the decision of April 4, the order of Punjab elections on May 14 will remain intact. The Supreme Court has neither given any direction nor has the court any role in the negotiation process.

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