Pakistani PM to face confidence vote after Senate blow

Islamabad, Pakistan – Prime Minister Imran Khan will face a vote of confidence from the country’s Parliament after suffering defeat on a key seat in the country’s Senate elections, party officials say.

Elections for 48 seats of the Senate, the 96-member upper house of parliament, were held on Wednesday, with legislators voting through the day in the country’s provincial assemblies and in the National Assembly, the lower house of Parliament.

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