Incumbent President Mamnoon Hussain of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PMLN) party was eligible for reelection to a second 5year term, but declined. His current term will end on 9 September 2018. General elections were held in Pakistan on 25 July 2018 to elect members of the National Assembly. " [The Election Commission of Pakistan hereby calls upon the electors of the National Assembly Constituencies and the constituencies of the Provincial Assemblies of the Punjab, Sindh, KP, and Balochistan to elect their representatives from each of these constituencies to the general seats and in connection therewith appoints the following Election 2018 Schedule.
General Election of Pakistan 2018 will held on July 25, 2018 Wednesday. Submission of nomination papers will be start from 4th June 2018 and the last date submission of nomination papers is June 11, 2018. However, Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) outrightly rejected such reports and stated that elections were conducted fair and free.
One of the top electoral watchdog Free and Fair Election Network (Fafen) also said that the 2018 general elections in Pakistan have been more transparent in some aspects than the previous polls. Election will be held on 25th of July, 2015 whereas returning officer will issue a notice in this regard tomorrow, secretary told reporters.
From 2nd of June to 6th of June, candidates will submit nomination papers while a list would be displayed on June7. [ECP will scrutinize candidates papers till June14. Last Updated On 11 June, 2018 02: 51 pm Maryam Nawaz will contest election from Lahore's NA127. ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) Chaudhry Nisar, Khawaja Asif, Khawaja Ahmad Hassan, Pervez Malik, Rohail Asghar and Shafqat Mehmood on Sunday submitted their nomination papers in Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) as last The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) accepted on Friday the Pakistan TehreekeInsaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's apology for violating the electoral bodys code of conduct while casting vote in general elections held on July 25.
The election body said that the distribution of ballot papers in Karachi will be completed on Saturday. Around 220 million ballot papers have been printed for the general elections. These are the most expensive ballot papers to have ever been printed in Pakistan and each paper costs Rs10.
ISLAMABAD: Amid all hustle bustles in general elections that Pakistan witnessed since 1970, one point has been in the national debates over the period of time and that is low turnout of voters The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will be receiving nomination papers for byelection from August 28 till August 30.
According to the notification issued by the ECP, the candidates have three days time to file nomination papers to