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Pakistan being the second largest Muslim democracy in the world after Indonesia possesses a federal parliamentary government system. Pakistan General Elections are held to elect the members of National and Provincial assemblies. Senate members are chosen by provincial legislators. Head of the government is Prime Minister elected by majority of National Assembly, whereas the President is elected by the Electoral College comprising of both houses along with four provincial assemblies.

Pak Elections comprise of detailed elections results of 2008, and 2013, and upcoming 2018. The page comprise of detailed elections result 2008, elections result 2013 to give an overlook about the previous election performance of each political parties, and how many seats they won in the National Assembly of Pakistan. It also comprise of dedicated pages of National Assembly constituencies, and Pakistani political parties. It has live poll as well where people can express their point of view on the asked questions.

As witnessed in the previous elections results 2008, Pakistan People’s party won 92 National Assembly seats and emerged as the winning party with 24.1% votes. Pakistan Muslim League (N) secured the second place with 68 National Assembly seats with 15.5% votes. According to elections result 2013, Pakistan Muslim League (N) won 129 National Assembly seats, PPP won 34 NA seats, and PTI won 25 NA seats. Pakistan Muslim League (N) was able to form the government and is currently the ruling country. PPP and PTI became their strong opposition.

Pakistan General Elections 2018 is scheduled to be held on 25th July 2018 as announced by ECP. This year, there will be a fierce battle between political rivals like PML (N), PPP, and PTI. Other significant parties contesting the elections are JUI-F, MQM, JI, and ANP to name a few. Check out Pak Elections to get latest updates about the upcoming 2018 elections.