Imran Khan appears to be at a crossroads, whether to carry on with anti-govt stance or to go back to the NA.
MNA Arif Alvi is in favour of voting for the 22nd constitutional amendment regarding horse-trading in Senate elections.
In background discussions, leaders of the main political parties accused each other of playing dirty politics.
Aspirants in the PML-N ranks for ministerial posts have resumed lobbying for their chances before Senate elections.
Experts say the proposed constitutional amendment for Senate elections are against the basic spirit of democracy.
PM, lieutenants spend busy day lobbying other parties for support
PM decides to amend Constitution, forms two committees to consult parties.
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'The leadership is looking for a candidate who displayed unrivalled loyalty towards the Sharif family over the years.'
Many heavyweights ignored for Senate tickets staying away from campaign; other parties trying to cash in.
Ayaz Sadiq has been on 15 trips abroad since assuming office, only five less than the PM.
It seems some quarters are keen that the ECP follow ‘rule of law’ in conducting the elections.
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MQM has brought Karachi to a stage where nobody is safe at the hands of the party’s armed wing, he said.
The ministries of Water and Power, Petroleum, Finance and the Planning Commission are likely to come under scrutiny.