Imran Khan to take oath as prime minister on 18 August

Islamabad (HRNW) : Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will take oath as the following prime minister of the nation on Aug 18, party representative Faisal Jawed said on Friday.

President Mamnoon Hussain has just summoned the principal session of the National Assembly after the July 25 surveys, getting under way the procedure of exchange of capacity to the recently chose delegates.

Mr Jawed said the prime minister in waiting will take the vow of his new office on Aug 18.

The president will regulate the oath to Khan at a simple and stark ceremony.

On the main day of the NA session on Monday, the new chose individuals from the lower place of parliament will take oath of their office. The vow will be trailed by the elections of the speaker, the representative speaker and after that the pioneer of the house.

According to system, if a party has a reasonable greater part or the mysterious number of 172 votes, it can easily choose the Leader of the House in the National Assembly.

The PTI rose as the single biggest party with 115 seats in the 2018 general elections yet fell short of a clear majority in the 342-member house.

As indicated by the Constitution, if the PTI cheif figures out how to anchor at least 172 votes in the first round, the president will undoubtedly call him to take the vow as the nation’s prime minister.

In case, an applicant doesn’t get the required number in the house, at that point there will be a second round of voting between the top two challengers for the opening. In this round, the champ won’t require no less than 172 votes yet the contender who gets the majority of votes will be chosen pioneer of the lower house.

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