For Speedy Trial Military Courts to deal with terrorism. It also has a self-contained sunset clause, which causes the amendments to expire on January 7, 2017. The amendment sought to set up speedy trial Military Courts for offences relating to terrorism, waging of war against Pakistan and prevention of acts threatening the security of […]
These amendments were made to give authorities to ECP for free and fair elections which includes • It requires to constitute an eight-member committee each at the Center and the Provinces to nominate the caretaker prime minister and the chief ministers respectively and their cabinets. • The Amendment now requires the Chief Justice of Pakistan […]
The 1 has taken powers from the Chief Justice of Pakistan for the appointment of ad hoc judges and transferred them to the Judicial Council of Pakistan (JCP). The President will now carry out the appointments on the recommendation of the JCP, under the new law 4 instead of 2 most senior judges will be appointed […]
Removed the power of President of Pakistan to dissolve the Parliament. turning Pakistan from a semi-presidential to a parliamentary republic, and renaming North-West Frontier Province to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. And • The ban on third time prime ministership and chief ministership has been lifted • Holding constitution in abeyance is tantamount to high treason • […]
• Made changes dealing with the office of the President and the reversal of the effects of the Thirteenth Amendment. • The President regains the authority to dissolve the National Assembly – and thus effectively to dismiss the Pakistani Prime Minister – but the power to do so is made subject to an approval or […]
It seeks to impose Sharia Law as supreme law in Pakistan in light of the Objective Resolution of Pakistan. was Passed by National Assembly of Pakistan on 28 August 1998. It was then moved to the Senate where it was never passed.
It subjected Members of Parliament to very strict party discipline. Party leaders received unlimited power to dismiss any of their legislators from Parliament if they spoke or voted against their party.