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Legal fraternity terms SC decision “burial of doctrine of necessity”
Members of the legal fraternity hailed the Supreme Court's decision as the final nail in the coffin for the "doctrine of necessity", and which washes away some past stains on the judiciary's reputation
No-confidence motion heart of democratic process, SC told
The Opposition's counsel on Tuesday argued before the Supreme Court that to undermine the no-confidence motion would subvert a parliamentary system of governance, and urged the court to step in to protect the Constitution.
Constitutional crisis after President dissolves National Assembly on PM’s advice
President Arif Alvi on Sunday announced dissolution of the National Assembly after Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Qasim Suri dismissed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, plunging the country into a constitutional crisis.
Supreme Court has to protect Constitution if system weak: CJP
CJP Umar Ata Bandial on Wednesday observed the Supreme Court has to come in to protect the Constitution if the system was weak, adjourning the hearing of the reference on interpretation of the defection clause till April 4.
CM Buzdar in hot water as no-trust move comes to Punjab
The PTI has governed over the Punjab province with a hairline majority. Should its disgruntled ally PML-Q side with the opposition, CM Buzdar stands a real chance of losing the no-confidence vote
SC holds up possibility of sending back reference on defection clause’s interpretation
AG tells SC that his case for lifetime disqualification rests on linking clause on qualification of parliamentarians with that of defection clause Munizae Jahangir reports on what happened inside the courtroom
Not counting vote cast in no-trust move will be contemptuous: CJP
Hearing a reference on Article 63A, CJP Umar Ata Bandial on Thursday observed that it would be contemptuous not to count a vote cast in a no-confidence motion against the prime minister, adding that the real question before the court was how long a member of National Assembly could be disqualified for defection.
MNAs will face no hindrance attending no-trust session, SC told
Members of the National Assembly would face no hindrance in attending the no-confidence session requisitioned by the opposition parties, the Attorney General assured the Supreme Court on Monday.
SC to hear reference over MPs defection on March 24
The Supreme Court will hear a presidential reference about its opinion about whether parliamentarians could be slapped with lifetime disqualification over defection under the Constitution on March 24.
EXPLAINER: What can happen after a no-trust vote is passed
Voicepk.net explores various scenarios in case the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran is passed and he ceases to hold office.