ISLAMABAD: When Prime Minister Imran Khan announced Wednesday to request a vote of confidence from the National Assembly, the government will now provide a summary to the president to call a new session of the lower house of Parliament. Clause 7 Article 91 of the Constitution explains how the prime minister can gain the trust of the National Assembly. According to Article 91 (7), the prime minister will serve as long as the President’s will, but the President will not exercise his power under this clause unless he is sure that the prime minister has not ordered the confidence of the majority of the people. Members of the National Assembly, in this case he will summon the National Assembly and ask the prime minister to obtain a vote of confidence from the Assembly.
However, the President will call a new National Assembly session for the prime minister to ask for a vote of confidence after the government’s summary is moved on the matter. In accordance with the Code of Conduct and Business Conduct in the DPR, 2007 National Assembly, after the session, the resolution for the vote of confidence will be moved as the order of the day. Then the practice will start immediately through voice sharing.
However, if there is no trust, notification of settlement must be given by not less than 20% of the total members of the DPR. Resolutions will not be voted on for up to three days and no later than seven days. Speakers are likely to initiate the ongoing session on Thursday (today) if the government is in a hurry for a confidence move.
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