ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties on Thursday unanimously decided not to boycott parliament and give tough time to Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) which is about to form government in the center as a result of July 25 elections, ARY News reported.
Addressing media after the conference attended by representatives from PML-N, PPP, MMA, ANP and other parties, Senator Sherry Rehman said that the opposition has decided not to boycott parliament for continuation of democracy despite reservations over transparency of elections.
“The united opposition has decided to support a PML-N nominee for election of prime minister while PPP and MMA candidates will be supported for speaker and deputy speaker slots respectively,” Sherry Rehman told media.
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