Prime Minister of Pakistan

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Prime Minister of Pakistan
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Incumbent
Imran Khan

since 18 August 2018
StyleMr. Prime Minister
(Informal)
The Honourable
(Formal)
Reports toPresident of Pakistan
Parliment of Pakistan
Term length5 years, renewable once
First holderLiaquat Ali Khan
Websitepmo.gov.pk
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The Prime Minister of Pakistan (Urdu: وزیر اعظم‎) Wazeer-e-A'zam) officially Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is the Head of Government of Pakistan. The current Prime Minister is Imran Khan.

The Prime Minister is elected by the National Assembly, members of which are elected by popular vote. Most commonly, the leader of the party or coalition with the most votes becomes the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is responsible for appointing a cabinet. The President has the constitutional reserve power to remove the Prime Minister by a dissolution of the National Assembly, triggering new elections.


Former Prime Ministers[change | change source]


Catagory:Politics of Pakistan