ISLAMABAD: Electoral Commission of Pakistan (ECP) likely to announce its verdict on references to disqualification of 25 dissident MPAs of PTI who voted for Hamza Shehbaz of PML-N in elections for chief of Punjab minister tomorrow, according to ARY News.
Elections body reserved his verdict on Tuesday.
EPC, which was set render your verdict on Wednesday, postponed in announcement after the SC issued an order on Article 63(A) Presidential address.
Election Committee of Pakistan (ECP) reportedly appealed to the Supreme Court of Pakistan for a copy of sentence on presidential address on Article 63 (A) in to solve on link to disqualification against 25 rebel MPAs of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
Chief Electoral Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja also chaired an important meeting of ECP where, according to sources, sentence announced superior court on the president’s address was considered over.
SC on Tuesday announced his verdict on interpretation of Article 63(A) declaring defective votes will not be counted.
Read more: SC SENTENCE UNDER ARTICLE 63 (A): “VOTES OF DISENTATIVE LEGISLATORS ARE NOT READ”
It is appropriate to mention here that yesterday the election commission of Pakistan (ECP) has reserved its decision on link to disqualification of 25 dissident PTI MPAs of Punjab Assembly.
Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Purveiz Elahi sent recommendations for disqualification against deviant participants.