The resolution advocates the absence of official opposition, with all members committed to maintaining the national agenda.
- As elections approach, Durrani has come up with a new proposal.
- It is said that a national unity government can take the country out of the crisis.
- Durrani has recently met Alvi, Fazal.
ISLAMABAD: Former federal minister Muhammad Ali Durrani, who has been holding meetings with various political leaders, has proposed an elected national unity government to take Pakistan out of the current dispute. news The report was published on Thursday.
Durrani has met President Arif Alvi and JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman in recent months and is actively engaged in efforts to cool down the political temperature in the country.
Speaking to the publication, he suggested that a national unity government should be formed for five years after the general election, with a prime minister from the dominant political party, while the cabinet should have no more than 30 members, including members of parliament. There should be participation of all parties. After the elections.
The goal of the plan is that the political party that wins a majority of seats in the upcoming parliamentary elections will assume leadership in the national government.
Furthermore, the resolution advocates the absence of an official opposition, with all members committed to maintaining the national agenda.
According to the proposal, the major political party should nominate three candidates for the post of Prime Minister to be elected through the voting process.
It states that the cabinet will be based on merit and merit, with collective representation from all political parties according to the number of seats they have in the House.
Furthermore, the plan suggests that the government should also commit to synchronizing local body elections with national and provincial elections being held simultaneously on the general election day for all future election cycles.
“Let us rise to this challenge, sacrifice individual interests for the collective good, rise above partisanship and adopt the vision of a strong and united nation. This is a way to remove the flaws of the democratic system.
Durrani said that if this formula is agreed upon, all political parties will have to sign the Charter of Pakistan to ensure continuity of economic policies.
He stressed that it is necessary to protect national interests, democracy and the sanctity of institutions from political discord and to create a collaborative environment between the government and institutions of the country to achieve common objectives instead of perpetuating a culture of confrontation. “We face an urgent need for a fresh approach to governance,” Durrani said.