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Can the caretaker govt challenge the SC military courts verdict?

Can the caretaker govt challenge the SC military courts verdict?

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With a total of four appeals pending before the SC against its Oct 23 verdict against military court trials of civilians, questions surround the interim government’s right to file the appeals. Voicepk.net talked to some legal experts to explain.

Military Courts Only Strain Relationship Between Army and Civilians

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Senior Lawyer and Military Law Expert Col (r) Inam ur Rahim said that the Supreme Court's verdict has permanently closed the door to civilian trials in military courts. He added that military courts only strain the relationship between the Army and civilians.

PBC calls for restraint in military trials of civilians

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Reiterating its stance that civilians should not be tried in military courts, the PBC has called on the authorities to exercise extraordinary care and restraint in the military trials of May 9 rioters.

Where else in the world can civilians be tried in military courts?

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Trying civilians in military courts is considered illegal by international human rights organizations. However, the process continues in countries with a history of military rule or where military regimes exist.

KP prison authorities deny right of appeal to military courts death-row convicts: Counsel

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The prison authorities in KP have declined to send appeals of five death-row prisoners convicted by military courts to the Supreme Court and their execution is likely to go ahead without them exercising their right of appeal, lawyer-activist Shabbir Hussain Gigyani has told Voicepk.net.

‘You can’t deny a Pakistani rights given even to outsiders, Khattak counsel

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“It is against the constitution to deprive your own citizens of rights which you have awarded to foreign nationals accused of the same crime.”

Citizens should get right of appeal in military courts: senate panel

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Senators have called upon the Govt to give citizens the right to appeal in military courts, much like Kulbhushan was given one.