The second round of election talks between Pakistan’s ruling coalition and the opposition PTI party ended with both sides tabling their proposals. Members of both parties will now consult their leadership on the proposals before talks resume on Tuesday. Progress was made, and both sides agreed that they would remain within the boundaries of the Constitution.
The PTI’s representatives will take the proposals back to their leadership, while government ministers insisted that they could not reveal the contents of their proposals. PTI leader Imran Khan said the party would make a decision on the talks by the following day.