PPP distances itself from NA resolution

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Staff Reporter
Islamabad

The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has decided that it will not be a part of the process to pass a resolution in the National Assembly for the expulsion of French ambassador, it emerged on Tuesday.

The government has tabled the resolution in the lower house of the parliament today, but the PPP did not become a part of the session. According to news reports, some PPP lawmakers were of the stance that the party should put forth its point of view on the issue in the session before boycotting it.

However, the PPP decided to opt out of the session following majority of its lawmakers’ agreement on the former stance. The party has informed its members about the decision through phone calls, saying that it will remain impartial in the developing situation.

 

 

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