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Pakistan government ally quits coalition ahead of vote to oust PM

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) -A main ally of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan quit his ruling coalition on Wednesday and joined forces with the opposition seeking to oust him, robbing Khan of his majority in parliament as he faces a looming no-confidence vote. Former cricket star Khan, 69, has been facing mounting domestic criticism of his performance, including the management of an economy beset by high inflation and rising deficits. An increasingly united opposition has moved to force him from office in a no-confidence vote due between Thursday and Monday, in which support from Khan’s allied parties was critical.

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