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Home Top News Asif Zardari says delimitation mandatory, expresses full confidence in ECP

Asif Zardari says delimitation mandatory, expresses full confidence in ECP

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Asif Ali Zardari, former president and co-chairman of the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP), Saturday came to the defense of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), asserting that a fresh delimitation exercise has become obligatory following the notification of the new census.

Zardari’s statement, conveyed by the PPP through its social media accounts, emphasised the electoral authority’s mandate to conduct elections in accordance with the Constitution.

The former president also expressed unwavering confidence in Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Rana and the commission’s members.

Zardari’s statement followed calls from various PPP leaders, including party’s chairman Bilawal Bhutto, urging the ECP to announce the date for general polls and adhere to the constitutional requirement of holding elections within 90 days.


The party reiterated these demands during its delegation’s meeting with members of the ECP.

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