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Pakistan News: Turmoil continues in Pakistan’s politics. The first session of the elected MPs should have taken place on 29 February, which was also decided. But President Arif Alvi rejected the proposal to call the session on 29 February. This may also create a constitutional crisis.

Pakistan President Arif Alvi has reportedly rejected the proposal to convene the first session of the new assembly on February 29. Local media gave this information on Monday quoting sources. According to ‘Geo News’, the President rejected the proposal of the caretaker Parliamentary Affairs Ministry and said that all reserved seats will be allotted before convening the session in which the newly elected members of the National Assembly will take oath.

Alvi became President in 2018

Alvi, who leans towards Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, became the President in 2018. Before becoming President, he was a senior member of jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party. The news said that after the President’s refusal, outgoing Speaker of the National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf decided to call a session of the lower house of parliament on February 29.

The rule is that the meeting should be called within 21 days.

The decision follows consultation with senior officials of the National Assembly Secretariat and constitutional experts. Who reviewed the situation arising out of the President’s refusal to sign the proposal. According to the news of ‘Express Tribune’ newspaper, according to the constitutional provision, the meeting of the National Assembly should be called within 21 days of the elections. This order has been given on February 29 under Article 91.

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