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Umer Abdullah

Pakistan’s Case For Democracy

Pakistan’s Case For Democracy The American diplomat Richard Holbrooke pondered over a problem on an evening of September 1996 during the elections in Bosnia which were meant to restore civic life to

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Moazam Sheikh

An Effective Opposition – The Constitutional Right

An Effective Opposition – The Constitutional Right The quality of democracy should be measured by the means available to the Opposition (the parliamentary minority) to accomplish its tasks. One of parliament’s primary


Muhammad Imran

Is The Doctrine Of “Separation Of Powers” Necessary For Smooth Functioning Of The State’s Affairs In This Modern Day Democracy? – Part II

Is The Doctrine Of “Separation Of Powers” Necessary For Smooth Functioning Of The State’s Affairs In This Modern Day Democracy? – Part II   Some Articles of US Constitution in support of

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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

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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