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President summons Senate session on August 1

President summons Senate session on August 1
July 21, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – President Dr Arif Alvi has summoned a session of the Senate of Pakistan on Thursday, August 1. The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs had sent a summary to the president in this regard. President Alvi signed the summary on Sunday. The Senate session would be held at 2pm at the Parliament House. During the session, no-confidence resolutions are likely to be tabled against the Senate chairman and deputy chairman. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH22kRgrZhg Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has convened a session on the requisition of the opposition on July 23. The session will be held at 3pm on Tuesday. On the other hand, Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has replied to a letter written by the opposition. He said that he was ready to face the resolution. “We are fighting for the sanctity of the House,” he added. He said that the ruling of 2016 is clear with regard to the requisition session. On July 18, the opposition senators refused to take back the no-confidence motion against the chairman of Upper House. The opposition senators convened a session to review their strategy for the ‘no-confidence motion’ against the chairman on their requisition. The opposition leaders said that they would change the Senate chairman at every cost. He also suggested to chairman that he should resign himself so that the numbers of senators are 66 against him. He claimed that horse trading plus happening and their senators are receiving telephone calls. According to the reports, 54 senators attended the session of opposition against the upper house chairman for no-confidence motion. It is pertinent to mention here that 52 votes are required to change the Senate chairman. According to the reports, 54 senators attended the session of opposition against the upper house chairman for no-confidence motion. It is pertinent to mention here that 52 votes are required to change the Senate chairman.