Tag Archives: Parliament

Judicial Activism or Parliamentary Omission?

Judicial Activism or Parliamentary Omission? The recent disqualifications under Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution of Pakistan have created immense political uncertainty and brought the contours of the judicial powers into question again. However,

Supremacy Of The Supreme Court

Supremacy Of The Supreme Court The government has revealed its plan to amend Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution – invoked by the Supreme Court to disqualify the former Prime Minister

An Indecent Proposal

An Indecent Proposal The journey post Panama Papers Judgment bringing Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution of Pakistan 1973 into the public domain is quite preposterous and deplorable. Members of Parliament have managed

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Federal Legislation In 2016

Federal Legislation In 2016 In the year 2016, the National Assembly passed 51 Acts but the Majlis-e-Shura (Parliament) altogether passed just seven, out of which two were new laws and five were amendments

Electoral Rolls (Amendment) Act 2016

Electoral Rolls (Amendment) Act 2016 Proposed and moved by: Senator Pervaiz Rashid (Minister-In-Charge) Status: Passed by the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) Summary: The Majlis-e-Shoora passed this Bill in order to amend the Electoral Rolls Act,

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere and this piece of writing aims to act as an eye opener for those seeking reform in the Lahore

Govt Initiates Process For Appointment Of ECP Members

Govt Initiates Process For Appointment Of ECP Members The government has initiated the process for appointment of four election commissioners and would send the names of probable candidates to Prime Minister Nawaz

Give The Transgenders Their Rights

Give The Transgenders Their Rights Equality and non-discrimination on the basis of gender is guaranteed to the citizens of Islamic Republic of Pakistan by its Constitution, but the transgenders have always remained