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Justice Tariq Masood, with the support of comparative data, argues in the JCP that senior judges ignored by CJP Bandial are far more eligible and competent than the nominees.
Bar councils and associations have called for constitutional amendments in Article 175-A and Article 209 to allow equal representation of all the stake holders in the process of appointment and removal of judges in the country.
The SC regrets the executive’s ineffectiveness in protecting women’s right of inheritance
The Govt has linked the release of grants with a resolution against Justice Isa- LHCBA
لاہور ہائی کورٹ بار کے سیکرٹری خواجہ محسن عبّاس کا کہنا ہے وفاقی حکومت نے بار کو جسٹس قاضی فائز عیسی کے خلاف قرارداد لانے کے لئے بلیک میل کیا تھا. ان کا کہنا تھا کہ وہ یہ بات حلفیہ کہہ سکتے ہیں وزارت قانون نے ان سے رابطہ کر کے جسٹس عیسی کے خلاف " احتساب سب کے لئے" کے عنوان سے قرارداد پیش کرنے کو کہا تھا.
April 26th,2021; By Rehan Piracha & Ahmed Saeed; LAHORE; In a majority verdict of 6 against 4, the Supreme Court on Monday accepted Justice Qazi Faez Isa's review petitions as Pakistan Bar Council calls for the resignation of federal law minister
April 13th, 2021; By Ahmad Saeed; LAHORE; Although an SC bench dismissed Justice Isa’s application to livestream proceedings of his review petition 6-4, the short order recognised citizens’ right to access information in matters of public importance.
February 25th, 2021; By Staff Reporter; LAHORE; The Supreme Court has ruled that a review bench should include the author judge or any other judge who agreed with him on the original bench, adding that the constitution of a review bench is the sole prerogative of the chief justice
October 24th, 2020; By Rehan Piracha; LAHORE; In response to the detailed verdict of the Supreme Court on a petition of Justice Qazi Faiz Isa, Pakistan Bar Council leaders have called for immediate resignations of President, Law Minister, and Special Assistant to the PM but other senior lawyers say allegations of misconduct have not come to rest with the judgment.