Yousuf Raza Gilani’s tenure as prime minister of Pakistan came to an end on Tuesday, June 19, following the Supreme Court’s verdict disqualifying him as head of the government.
While it remains to be seen how the ruling coalition and Pakistan People Party (PPP) will react to the SC decision, one of the possible scenarios is for the president to call for an early election (on the advice of the prime minister).
Would a decision to call for an early elections be a prudent one, given the political turmoil in the country?
What other decisions are expected to be implemented in the days following the SC ruling?
How will the politics of Pakistan shape up in the coming weeks and months?
Dawn.com invites its readers to give their opinion and suggestions…