Tag Archives: amendments

Will New Palestinian Agency Be Enough To Stop Violence Against Women?

Will New Palestinian Agency Be Enough To Stop Violence Against Women? The situation of violence against women in the Palestinian territory primarily focuses on the increase in the number of cases of violence

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Isaam Bin Haris

Why Democracy’s Case Against the Basic Structure Doctrine is Weak in Pakistan – Part II

Why Democracy’s Case Against the Basic Structure Doctrine is Weak in Pakistan – Part II I have argued earlier (in Part I of this comment) that the “democratic objection” to the basic


Mirza Shahzad Abid Baig

Food For Thought For Bar Associations Representing The Lawyers’ Community

Food For Thought For Bar Associations Representing The Lawyers’ Community The Bar Councils and Bar Associations in Pakistan represent the lawyers’ community. The lawyers are considered as ‘Officers of Court’. The lawyers should

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Isaam Bin Haris

Why Democracy’s Case Against the Basic Structure Doctrine is Weak in Pakistan – Part I

Why Democracy’s Case Against the Basic Structure Doctrine is Weak in Pakistan – Part I The Judgment of the Supreme Court of Pakistan upholding the constitutionality of the 18th and 21st Amendments to

A Comparative Analysis of the Constitutions of Pakistan and the US

A Comparative Analysis of the Constitutions of Pakistan and the US The Constitution of the United States of America is the first ever written constitution and is well over 200 years old,

Originalism v Living Constitution Debate

Originalism v Living Constitution Debate The controversial role of the judiciary (especially after the recent Supreme Court decision on the 18th and 21st Amendment) and whether it can legitimately be treated as a