Who Passed the Legal Framework Order

Who Passed the Legal Framework Order

3. The validity of a provision or order made under paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not be contested by any court for any reason. « unless the case is decided earlier by the Court of Justice or the injunction is withdrawn », the comma and the words « provided that the High Court gives final judgment within six months of the issue of the injunction » shall be replaced: and CONSIDERING the need to ensure a smooth and orderly transition. « (6) If a seat reserved for women or non-Muslims in the National Assembly or in a provincial assembly becomes vacant as a result of the death, resignation or disqualification of a member, it shall be filled by the following person in order of rank on the list of candidates of the party submitted to the Electoral Commission for the last general election by the political party whose member left that seat. 4. No action, prosecution or other judicial proceeding may be instituted against any authority or person by reason of orders, proceedings or acts, whether in the exercise or purported exercise of the powers referred to in paragraph 2 or in the execution or execution of orders or judgments rendered in the exercise or presumed exercise of those powers. 5. For the purposes of subsections (1), (2) and (4), all orders, procedures, appointments, including secondments and deputations, acts to be taken, taken or performed by an authority or person shall be deemed to have been made, made or performed in good faith and for the purposes for which they are intended to serve. (b) in respect of notices, rules, orders and regulations, the authority whose power to vary the same repeal or amendment is conferred by law. `(3) If a bill is submitted to the Mediation Committee in accordance with paragraph 2, the Mediation Committee shall, within ninety days, formulate a draft law by consensus, which should be adopted by both parties. The chambers of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) and submit the approved bill separately to each house, and if both houses adopt the bill, it will be submitted to the President for approval. NOW, in pursuance of the Declaration of Emergency of the fourteenth October 1999, read by Interim Constitutional Decree No.

1 of 1999 and in the exercise of the powers conferred on it by and on the basis of the judgement of the Supreme Court of Pakistan of 12 October 1999. May 2000 and in the exercise of all the powers conferred upon it in this context; In order to revive the Constitution with the amendments thereto, the Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is pleased to issue the following order: 1A) The National Assembly shall consider the recommendations of the Senate and, once the law has been passed by the Assembly with or without the inclusion of the recommendations of the Senate, it shall be submitted to the President for approval. 2. If further amendment of the Constitution is necessary or if difficulties arise in the application of any of the provisions of these Regulations, the Chief Executive may enact such provisions and issue or promulgate such orders to amend the Constitution or eliminate any difficulty as he deems appropriate. (3) If a matter is referred to the Supreme Election Commissioner in accordance with subsection (2), the Supreme Election Commissioner shall refer it to the Election Commission, which shall take its decision not later than three months after receipt by the Supreme Returning Officer. (i) one person elected to the general seat retires at the end of the first three years and the other at the end of the following three years, and (2) The House to which the bill has been submitted shall appoint a member of the Mediation Committee as Chair of the Committee and the other House shall appoint a member as Vice-Chair. 4. 58.

In clause (2), after paragraph (a), the following new 10. Part III Amended by Article 70 as follows: (b) Having been given a democratic mandate to serve the nation as President of Pakistan for a period of five years, having resigned as Chief Executive, notwithstanding the provisions of this Article or Article 43 or any other provision of the Constitution or any other law now in force, he shall immediately assume the functions of President of Pakistan and shall hold office for a term of: five years under the Constitution and Article 44 and the other provisions of the Constitution shall apply mutatis mutandis. « 71. Conciliation Committee.- (1) The two chambers of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) shall each appoint eight members of a Conciliation Committee within fifteen days of the date of referral of the bill back to the House where it was submitted for consideration and decision by the Conciliation Committee in accordance with Article 70, paragraph 2. Explanatory note.- In this clause, « competent authority » means,- 26. National Accountability Office Ordinance 1999 (XVIII of 1999) 28. North West Frontier Province, Local Government Ordinance 2001 (XIV of 2001).

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