A fragmented mandate can lead to financial uncertainty.


The election results reflect a deep sense of disillusionment among Pakistanis, indicating their firm opposition to any form of interference, whether overt or covert, in their democratic mandate.

A fragmented mandate and the absence of a decisive victory by any party will probably lead to the formation of a coalition government. Such a scenario is expected to prolong the process of formation of the country’s government.Markets and business, often overshadowed by the intensity of political activity, find little consolation in the election results. A fragile coalition government, especially at this critical juncture when Pakistan is grappling with deep economic challenges, will bring potential problems for the nation and its economy.

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