PM Imran Khan writes to Shehbaz Sharif over ECP Chief’s appointment

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Friday wrote to the chief of the opposition within the parliament, Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif over the appointment of a brand new Chief Election Commissioner, ARY Information reported.

In line with particulars, the prime minister has recommended three names for the workplace of Election Fee of Pakistan’s (ECP) workplace and has sought formal approval on certainly one of them from Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) President, Shehbaz Sharif.

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The names recommended for the coveted submit by PM Imran Khan have been revealed as, Jamil Ahmed, Fazl Abbas, Sikandar Sultan Raja.

Earlier within the day, The parliamentary committee made some progress throughout a gathering to debate names for the appointment of chief election commissioner (CEC) and members of Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP), citing sources.

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Sources mentioned the federal authorities and opposition are prone to attain a consensus on the identify of Sikandar Sultan Raja for the place of chief election commissioner (CEC).

It emerged that either side have agreed on the names advisable for the vacant seats of ECP’s Sindh and Balochistan chapters, nevertheless, the identify of CEC was undecided because the names of Babar Yaqoob and Fateh Muhammad weren’t withdrawn.

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