Rohee deflects questions on no-confidence vote possibility

PPP General Secretary Clement Rohee yesterday deflected questions on whether the party has had any comprehensive discussions about the possibility of a no-confidence motion proposed by the opposition coalition which if passed would bring down the government.

Rohee said the party’s Executive Committee meets on a weekly basis but refused to say when the party would meet this week to address the no-confidence motion. “I am not prepared to go into those details. The furthest I can say is we meet weekly… So when the executive meets next, obviously in keeping with its tradition, its culture, it will obviously take into account all the political …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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