PPP thinks MQM support no longer matters in NA



  • "<span class="Apple-style-span">In the National Assembly, it needs the backing of just two more members to meet the constitutional requirement of 172 votes to keep a grip on the government.”</span>

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    <div><span class="Apple-style-span">PPP’s strength is 126, just 46 short of required vote of 172 members to retain its government. Its coalition partners account for 42 seats, ANP (13), JUI-F (7), PML-Functional (5) and 17 independents.
    All these parties and the two single-member parliamentary parties make up a grand total of 170 - just 2 short of the required strength to run the government. 
    The political pundits say MQM’s 25 NA seats do not matter and its leadership is not in a position to exploit the situation.
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    <div><span class="Apple-style-span">http://www.thenews.com.pk/26-08-2010/Top-Story/165.htm
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    <div><span class="Apple-style-span">What if SC dismiss' the NRO beneficiaries ? Will they need them then?</span>
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  • from its acts and non serious responses , it seems like that ...
    PPP thinks that its over ...