More than 20 days have passed since the general elections in pakistan, where no party secured an absolute majority. The likelihood of a coalition government is high, and the election of the prime minister is scheduled for sunday evening through a vote in the general assembly. The frontrunner for the position is 72-year-old Shehbaz Sharif, a leader of the pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party and the brother of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

Shehbaz Sharif, who has previously served as prime minister, is the joint candidate for the coalition parties and has submitted his nomination papers. The nomination has been put forth by Omar ayub khan from the pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party led by former prime minister Imran Khan. The election for the Prime Minister's post will take place in the National assembly on sunday, with the winning candidate expected to be sworn in on monday at the Presidential Palace.

In the general elections held last month, the pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, despite its leader being in jail, secured the most seats with 101. The PML-N won 75 seats, while Bilawal Zardari Bhutto's pakistan Peoples party (PPP) and MQM-Pakistan secured 54 and 17 seats, respectively. With no single party achieving a full majority, efforts have been made by the PML-N, PPP, and MQM-P to form a coalition government. The combined total of seats for these parties is 145, surpassing the required majority.

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