A standstill has been struck in negotiations between the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) over a no-trust move against the present administration.
According to sources with knowledge of the situation, the PPP has communicated that it wants the parliamentary year to be completed following the in-house change, in contrast to the PML-N, which wants fresh elections to be called following the no-trust move.
According to reports, the PML-N has urged that the PPP bring its nominee for prime minister if it wishes to complete the legislative year.
However, they stated that no agreement could be achieved between the two parties and that Fazlur Rehman, the president of the JUI-F and the PDM, may serve as a mediator by offering a new suggestion in this regard.
According to the sources, the PML-N has also rejected the PPP’s suggestion to implement a no-trust policy towards the conclusion of the PPP’s long march towards Islamabad. PPP measures have prompted some PML-N leaders to be cautious, worrying that they are intended to harm their party’s electoral prospects, according to the sources.
Furthermore, it has been revealed that differences have also emerged over the filing of a no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Speaker of the National Assembly, or the Chief Minister of Punjab, with the PML-N supporting the first option and the PPP supporting the last two options, among others.
Meanwhile, Fazlur Rehman supports the increase of the role of the Pakistan Muslim League-Q in Punjab province.