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Pakistan’s ex-premier calls off planned sit-in, demands vote

Pakistan’s defiant former Prime Minister Imran Khan cancelled a planned, open-ended sit-in in Islamabad on Thursday, temporarily assuaging fears of protracted civil conflict after he led thousands on a march toward Parliament demanding the government’s resignation. Khan gave Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif — who replaced him in April — less than a week to call for new elections, warning that if his government didn’t comply, he’d return to the capital with three million supporters. Hours later, Sharif refused the demand, saying he was open to talks with Khan but that any decision about an early vote would be made by parliament.

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