The coalition government in Pakistan has agreed to hold elections in October or November, according to the country’s Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif. He rejected a decision by a three-member bench of the Supreme Court in the Punjab elections delay case, which had called for elections to be held within 90 days, and said that the SC’s orders should have been dealt with by Parliament. Sharif also said that talks with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) were being discussed, but that there was a divided opinion among ruling coalition members about holding discussions with PTI leader Imran Khan. The current political situation in Pakistan is challenging, with a deadlock between the government and opposition over electoral issues, including dates for elections.
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