ISLAMABAD: The 2018 general elections will be held at some point between July 25 and July 31, revealed a private news channel on Saturday, citing authorities from the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), with the settled rundown of possibility to be discharged 28 days preceding polling day.
The candidates will in this manner get 28 days to run their campaigns rather than 21. The printing of balloting papers will likewise begin 28 days before the country goes to the elections.
The ECP authorities said that the upcoming elections, according to the constitution, must be held by July 31 under any conditions. A last calendar is set to be discharged 60 days ahead of time, which should fall some place in the last seven day stretch of May.