Pakistan: Coalition Talks Emerge: PML(N) Seeks Collaborative Approach After Split Mandate

Islamabad: In the aftermath of a split mandate in the general polls, the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) (PML-N) has proposed the formation of a participatory coalition government, as reported by local media.

Following discussions with the party’s key leaders regarding the political landscape and future strategies, PML(N) leader and former law minister Azam Nazeer Tarar addressed the media.

Tarar stated that consultations are underway with former allies to establish a government at the center, emphasizing the need for a collaborative approach for the greater good of the country.

Despite allegations of election rigging, Tarar highlighted that no single political party secured a majority in the National Assembly, indicating the overall fairness of the elections.

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