After days of controversy among the electoral candidates in Pakistan, Anwarul Haq Kakar, the interim Prime Minister of the country, has announced that the people have accepted the results of the country’s elections.
The Dawn newspaper of Pakistan reported on Tuesday, February 13th, that the interim Prime Minister of the country has defended the performance of the Election Commission and the army in conducting the recent elections.
He criticized Pakistani political parties for their failure to pass “effective laws” to address electoral gaps in Pakistan and added that the elections were held based on the law and procedures approved by the parliament.
Mr. Kakar has dismissed all allegations of fraud in the nationwide elections in Pakistan.
This comes as in recent days, many supporters of political parties in various cities of Pakistan have staged protests due to lack of transparency and fraud in the Pakistani elections.
It is worth mentioning that the final results of the Pakistan elections were announced on Sunday, February 11, according to which the Muslim League-Nawaz branch won 79 seats in the parliament of this country and the People’s Party won 54 seats.
However, none of the political parties in these nationwide elections in Pakistan were able to win enough seats.
According to the final election statistics in Pakistan, the candidates of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, led by former Prime Minister Imran Khan, won 101 seats.
There is speculation that two political parties, including the Muslim League led by Nawaz and the People’s Party led by Bilawal Bhutto, have discussed the possibility of forming a coalition government based on a rotation of the prime ministership. However, this has not been confirmed by the parties involved.
These discussions suggest a potential collaboration between the two parties, aiming to share power and responsibility in governing the country. However, until an official announcement is made by the parties, the nature and details of such a coalition remain uncertain.