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Nomination papers of Asif Zardari for presidential elections approved

Nomination papers of Asif Zardari for presidential elections approved

Nomination papers of Asif Zardari for presidential elections approved

Nomination papers of Asif Zardari for presidential elections approved

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ISLAMABAD: The nomination papers of Co-Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari for the presidential elections have been approved.

The nomination papers for the presidential candidate of former president and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari were submitted in the Islamabad High Court, which have been approved after scrutiny.

The Chief Election Commissioner is the Returning Officer of the Presidential Elections and he approved the papers of the former President after scrutiny.

PPP leader Farooq H. Naek said that no objection was raised on the nomination papers of Asif Zardari and his papers were approved as the presidential candidate.

It should be noted that Mehmood Achakzai has been nominated as the presidential candidate by Sunni Ittehad Council(SIC).

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ISLAMABAD: Asif Ali Zardari, the joint candidate of PPP and the PML-N...

Earlier, Asif Ali Zardari, the joint candidate of PPP and the PML-N and Sunni Ittehad Council’s candidate Mahmood Khan Achakzai are vying for the office of President.

Their nomination papers were filed today for the presidential elections to be held on the 9th of this month.

The scrutiny of the nomination papers will be held on Monday.

The president is elected by an electoral college comprising members of the Senate, National Assembly and the four provincial assemblies. Voting is held through a secret ballot.

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