Pakistani Prime Minister Khan to face vote of no-confidence 

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Pakistan’s embattled Prime Minister Imran Khan will face a vote of no-confidence in parliament on Saturday that could see him ejected from office after nearly four years. Khan will have to step down if, as appears likely, at least 172 members of the 342-seat National Assembly vote against him. The stage was set for the prime minister’s ouster after Pakistan’s Supreme Court sided with the opposition and ruled on Thursday that Khan’s earlier attempt to dissolve parliament, and thus avoid such a vote, was an unconstitutional act aimed at holding on to power. The court also said that a new prime m…

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