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Following the government’s tactics to postpone voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, a larger…
The Supreme Court of Pakistan reinstated the National Legislature on Thursday after determining that the government's move to dissolve the assembly and NA Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri's ruling against the Constitution were unconstitutional.
For the fourth day in a row, the Supreme Court deferred the hearing on the "unconstitutional" ruling by National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri to obstruct the vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The hearing has adjourned until 11:30 AM (PKT) on Wednesday, and the petitioners and replies were invited to finish their arguments on that day. We will endeavour to announce a decision tomorrow, stated the top justice.
On Monday, Pakistan's Chief Justice, Justice Umar Ata Bandial, stated that even if the speaker of the National Assembly invokes Article 5 of the Constitution, the no-confidence vote cannot be rejected.
The Supreme Court has postponed the hearing on the dismissal of Prime Minister Imran Khan's no-confidence motion until Tuesday.
Following the high drama that has occurred in Pakistani politics, the Supreme Court has taken a suo moto notice of President Arif Alvi's dissolution of the National Assembly on Sunday (April 3). Earlier, in his address to the media, Imran Khan stated that he had asked the President to dissolve the Assembly, after which President dissolved the NA. Elections are likely to take place within the next 90 days.