Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to face no-confidence vote

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Pakistan’s embattled Prime Minister Imran Khan could be being ejected from power after nearly four years if he fails to survive a vote of no confidence in parliament on Sunday. Khan has lost his parliamentary majority as allied groups and several lawmakers from his own party switched to the opposition. He will have to step down if 172 members of the 342-member house vote against him. Khan, a former cricketer who took office in 2018, has sought to blame Washington for his troubles and formally protested to the US embassy over an alleged conspiracy to topple his government. “I will not let this …

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