Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s announcement of the dissolution of the National Assembly on Wednesday, August 9, has put to rest fears that the general elections would be delayed. The dissolution of the assembly means that the general elections will be held within 90 days, as required by the constitution. This gives the PDM-affiliated parties, which form the current government, more time to prepare for the elections and to campaign effectively.
The PDM government has been in power for just over 16 months, and it has faced a number of challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic crisis, and political instability. However, the government has also made some progress, such as passing the BISP program, which provides financial assistance to the poor.
The upcoming elections will be a test for the PDM government. If the government is able to deliver on its promises, it could win a clear majority in the elections. However, if the government is seen as being unable to address the country’s challenges, it could lose the elections.
The new government will face a number of challenges, including the high inflation rate, the tension between the national institutions, and the need to recover the economy. The government will also need to address the issue of political instability.
The upcoming elections are a critical juncture for Pakistan. The government that is elected will have a major impact on the country’s future. It is important that the people of Pakistan choose a government that is capable of addressing the country’s challenges and that can provide stability and prosperity.
The dissolution of the assembly opens up a new debate on upcoming elections. The PTI has criticized the early dissolution of the assembly, calling it a “coup” as it gives the caretaker government 90 days, instead of 60 days, to hold new elections. The caretaker government will be responsible for overseeing the elections and ensuring that they are fair and transparent. The upcoming elections are likely to be very close, and the outcome will be uncertain.