US State Dept Desires Fair, Free Elections In Pakistan

Web DeskJanuary 5, 20243043 min
US State Dept Desires Fair, Free Elections In Pakistan

In a media briefing held in Washington, US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller underscored the United States’ aspiration for Pakistan to conduct elections that are characterized by freedom, fairness, and peace.

Miller reiterated the US position, highlighting the significance of elections conducted in accordance with Pakistan’s laws. He made it clear that the United States does not endorse any particular candidate or party in Pakistan or any other part of the world.

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Responding to allegations made by the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former prime minister regarding supposed US intentions to establish military bases in Pakistan, Miller dismissed these claims as baseless. He affirmed the US commitment to supporting democratic expression and fostering a robust democratic system in Pakistan.

Emphasizing the importance of elections in Pakistan being conducted freely, fairly, and peacefully, Miller advocated for fundamental democratic principles such as freedom of expression, peaceful assembly, association, and a transparent democratic process.

The State Department’s spokesperson’s remarks reiterate the United States’ adherence to democratic values and principles, reinforcing the country’s commitment to supporting democratic processes globally. The emphasis on free and fair elections aligns with the broader diplomatic stance of promoting democratic governance and upholding the rights of citizens to express their political will through legitimate electoral processes.

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