Cabinet of Pakistan
|Date formed||4 August 2017|
|Date dissolved||31 May 2018|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Mamnoon Hussain|
|Head of government||Shahid Khaqan Abbasi|
|Member party||PML–N JUI–F PML–F NP|
|Opposition party||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Opposition leader||Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah|
26 / 104 (25%)National Assembly
190 / 342 (56%)
|Legislature term(s)||14th Parliament of Pakistan|
|Predecessor||Third Nawaz Sharif ministry|
|Successor||Mulk caretaker ministry|
The Abbasi ministry was formed by Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on 4 August 2017 to begin a new government following the disqualification of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif until the end of May 2018 when justice Nasirul Mulk took oath as new caretaker prime minister. The ministry, a Pakistan Muslim League (N) majority government, succeeded the third Sharif ministry, which was formed following the 2013 general election and had dissolved in the July 2017 after Nawaz Sharif was disqualification by the Supreme Court of Pakistan to hold the office of Prime Minister.
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