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Oct 16, 2018
7:19AM

Pakistan: 30-member parliamentary panel finalised to probe July 25 poll rigging

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In Pakistan, a 30-member committee was formed today by the federal government, to probe the alleged rigging of General Election 2018.

According to a notification issued by the National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser,in Islamabad today, the committee will review all the allegations of irregularities in the general election and  will present recommendations for ensuring further transparency in the election process.The committee includes fifteen lawmakers, each from the government and opposition parties.


Last month, the government and opposition parties had agreed on the formation of the committee to probe alleged rigging of July 25 polls.

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