Bilawal predicts a deadlock in the creation of a new government unless ‘someone’ is willing to compromise – Pakistan


PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has predicted a stalemate in the formation of a new government if someone refuses to change their position. Talks between the PPP and the PML-N on the formation of the new government ended inconclusively, leading to speculation that the dialogue will continue until the constitutional deadline of Feb 29 for the first National Assembly session.

PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira has suggested that the final announcement of the new coalition government could occur on February 27-28, with discussions over ministries not on the agenda.

Bilawal has stated that the people’s message is that all parties must work together to run the country. He emphasized that dialogue and compromise are necessary to save the democratic and parliamentary system.

The PPP chairman noted that while the PTI is technically the largest party, they have refused to engage in talks. He is willing to give his vote to the PML-N, but on his own terms, not theirs.

Bilawal has raised concerns about the delay in government formation, attributing it to the “non-seriousness of the dialogue committee.” He has warned that a dangerous stalemate will occur if one side refuses to change their stance.

During a media talk, Bilawal became incensed when a journalist accused him of compromising with the establishment without evidence. He demanded proof and reiterated his commitment to democracy and the Constitution.

It is worth mentioning that last week JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman claimed that former army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa and ex-spymaster Lt Gen Faiz Hameed guided all political parties regarding the no-confidence vote against former prime minister Imran Khan and the PTI government. Fazlur Rehman later clarified his remarks, saying he had mistakenly uttered the ex-spymaster’s name.


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