Shehbaz Sharif was sworn-in as the brand new Prime Minister of Pakistan on Monday, bringing to an finish the political uncertainty that had gripped the nation since a no-confidence movement was launched towards his predecessor Imran Khan on March 8.
Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani administered oath of workplace to 70-year-old Shehbaz in President Dr Arif Alvi’s absence, who went on ‘sick’ depart forward of the PML-N chief’s inauguration.
Earlier, Pakistan Parliament elected unopposed Shehbaz who was the one candidate left within the race after former international minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi introduced that his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf occasion will boycott the voting and staged a walkout.
“Sharif has secured 174 votes and has been declared as prime minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan,” in keeping with the formal end result introduced by Speaker Ayaz Sadiq who presided over the Nationwide Meeting session after Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri mentioned his conscience didn’t permit him to conduct the session.
Within the Home of 342, the profitable candidate ought to get help of a minimum of 172 lawmakers.
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