Islamabad: The opposition party decided on June 18 to file a motion of no confidence against the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly (NA) Qasim Suri in response to the recent riots.
It is understood that the motion will be submitted in accordance with Articles 12 and 53 of the Constitution. The deputy speaker will not be able to preside over any meetings until a decision is made on a motion that contains more than a quarter majority signature.
The motion also requires the support of a quarter majority (86 people) to be accepted. The bill will also be debated, and the deputy speaker will have 15 minutes to defend his side. The vote on this bill will be full of confidence.
If the motion receives the necessary number of votes, the deputy speaker will be removed from office.
Currently, the parliament has 180 members of the government and its allies, and the opposition coalition has 162 members.