ISLAMABAD - The opposition parties in and outside the parliament having difference of opinion on different matters are unlikely to get united and emerge as ‘one voice’ in near future.The consensus on only one common point, though from their own platforms, is the issue of Nato supplies, while divergence of opinion on various other issues like snap polls, dual nationality and other matters is almost visible among these political forces.The unity of major opposition parties in present circumstances is unlikely as unanimous views and same stance on political matters may be seen only at the time of upcoming elections, background interviews and discussion with political leaders left this impression.Most recent statement of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) for not making an alliance with Pakistan Muslim League (N) because they are ‘status quo party’, was not much largely welcomed in other opposition parties as they took it tantamount to creating a deadlock.“There should be some room for patchup as deadlock situation never suits to politics,” said Central Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) commenting on the recent statement of PTI chief, adding that alliances between political parties will emerge near elections.The dissimilar stance of opposition parties over holding general elections before time is also on the record as major opposition party in the parliament (PML-N) in NA has time and again called for snap polls but PTI opposing this idea never put weight behind this demand.It is relevant to mention here that PPP and its key coalition partner MQM have reportedly agreed, in principle, to enact a new law protecting dual nationality holders from being disqualified as parliamentarians. Both sides agreed that an amendment in electoral laws, enabling dual nationals to take part in elections should be materialised.The two major components of former religious alliance - Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl) - which have been at loggers head, even had passed remarks against each other.As JUI-F during the election of newly elected Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf had preferred to abstain from this election and did not support the PML-N candidate Sardar Mehtab Khan.The divergence of opinion was clearly seen when the JUI-F distanced itself from recent ‘Go Gilani Go’ campaign in and outside the parliament.