The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has announced that it will release the list of final constituencies based on the new delimitation by November 30. The ECP aims to speed up the delimitation process to ensure that elections can be held as soon as possible. A specific date for the elections will be announced once the delimitation process is completed. The ECP had a meeting with the Awami National Party (ANP), where the ANP requested a schedule and date for the elections if they cannot be held within 90 days. The ECP expressed readiness for elections in mid-February and is working to expedite the constituency delimitation to allow for earlier elections. In another development, the Supreme Court dismissed the ECP’s plea to review the order of holding elections for the Punjab Assembly on May 14. The National Assembly was dissolved on August 9, which means that general elections must be held before November 7 as mandated by the constitution. The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has also requested that the ECP hold the elections within the 90-day period. The general elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been delayed, with caretaker governments currently in place.
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