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Involved with opp for joint sitting on Nov 20: Qaiser

National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser
Nationwide Meeting Speaker Asad Qaiser has stated that the federal government plans to convene the joint sitting of parliament subsequent week by November 20 and is awaiting a optimistic response from the opposition events.

“A complete of 28 payments shall be introduced for approval [during the sitting],” the speaker stated whereas speaking to the media individuals on Thursday.

Qaiser stated he was involved with numerous opposition leaders and hoped that they’d reply positively.

“As a speaker of the Nationwide Meeting, I’m striving to go laws on which everybody can agree,” he stated, including {that a} assembly could be referred to as as quickly as there was any response from the opposition.

“I’m in contact with (former prime minister) Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Syed Naveed Qamar and Sardar Ayaz Sadiq,” he added.

Speaking to the media, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan confirmed that the Nationwide Meeting speaker was involved with the opposition events for holding a joint sitting of parliament.

“We’re able to seek the advice of with the opposition once more as they aren’t supporting the federal government in laws,” Awan stated, including that the joint sitting had been adjourned for a couple of days, not months.

Awan additional stated that the abroad Pakistanis wished the fitting to vote and laws on digital voting machines.

“The federal government is severe about electoral reforms,” the adviser stated, including that the federal government needs to “legislate for the nation, not the ruling PTI (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf)”.

He stated laws and electoral reform shouldn’t be blocked as they’re aimed toward curbing fraud and making certain clear elections.

The Adviser on Parliamentary Affairs added that laws for the safety of ladies’s rights is a nationwide agenda.

“The federal government’s doorways are all the time open for session on laws. Neither the PTI nor its allies have a secret legislative agenda.”