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Pakistan's Election Commission unveils general elections schedule, polls to be held on Jan. 8
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15:19, November 20, 2007

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The Election Commission of Pakistan on Tuesday unveiled the schedule of the general elections, the state-run Pakistan Television (PTV) channel reported.

The polls of the general elections will be held on Jan. 8 in 2008, the Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan Qazi Muhammad Farooq said.

The nomination papers are expected to be filed from Nov. 21 to 26 and they will be scrutinized from Nov. 27 to Dec. 3, Farooq said.

The revised list of candidate will be issued by the Election Commission on Dec. 16, according to the schedule.

Source: Xinhua



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