Tag Archives: Majlis-e-Shoora

President, Parliament And Separation Of Powers

President, Parliament And Separation Of Powers “It is the will of the people which turns an ordinance from ‘having effect and force of law’ to ‘law in force and in effect’. That

Un-Islamic “Islamic Courts”

Un-Islamic “Islamic Courts” Since 1990 Jamat-ud-Dawa, a private religious organization which claims to render social welfare services besides running charitable schools and hospitals in Pakistan, has set up and is running Shariah

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,


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Legislative Powers Of Federation Of Pakistan And Provinces Thereof And Some Obscurities

It is irony of fate that after the abolition of the Concurrent Legislative list contained in the Fourth Schedule to the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 the divisions of