Pakistan’s main opposition parties on Saturday appointed Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman as the new leader of the newly formed coalition, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), aimed at ousting Prime Minister Imran Khan. Is
The Express Tribune reports that leaders of major political parties attended.
Pakistan Muslim League-N supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Balochistan National Party (BNP) chief Sardar Akhtar Mangal and Maulana Fazl were present.
Mohsin Dawar, leader of the Pashtun Tahfaz movement, congratulated Fazlur Rehman on Twitter.
“Participated in the PDM meeting. Congratulations to Maulana Fazlur Rehman SB for being elected President of PDM. We hope that the Forum will continue its struggle against hybrid governance and the strengthening of democracy as clearly as it did at the time of the establishment of the All Parties Conference (APC), ”Dawar tweeted.
Leaders of Pakistan’s 11 opposition parties, led by the PPP, PML-N, Awami National Party and JUI, announced the formation of a joint platform, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), at the end of the APC on September 20. .
The PDM has called for mass rallies, political rallies, no-confidence motions, mass resignations from assemblies and, finally, a long march in January, including a massive protest rally in Islamabad until their demands are met. Has proposed to start. .
As opposition parties in Pakistan have formed a new front aimed at restoring “true and undivided” democracy in the country, a European think tank has said that opposition parties will need to “stay together” if they really want to “unite” the alliance. oo “. That the rule of the military establishment and in fact the economy has been brought under control.
“Against the backdrop of these positive signals, the opposition will need to work together if it really wants to remove the impediment that the military establishment has ruled the country and, in fact, the economy since the beginning of 1947.” The Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSS) said in a statement.