PML-N accuses govt of trying to impose presidential system

Observer Report

Pakistan Muslim League-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb has claimed that the PTI-led government was trying to introduce a presidential form of government in the country through its proposed electoral reforms.

In a statement on Sunday, the PML-N leader said electoral reforms bill, which was passed by the National Assembly on Thursday, is against the Constitution and aimed at curtailing the powers of Election Commission of Pakistan.

“Prime Minister Imran Khan is trying to impose presidential system on the country by abolishing the federal parliamentary system of democracy,” the statement quoted her as saying.

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