On Sunday, Pakistan’s ailing Prime Minister Imran Khan retaliated by gaining presidential consent for the dissolution of Parliament, a move dubbed “unconstitutional” by opposition parties. The latter has petitioned the Supreme Court to review the decision.
The Pakistan Supreme Court held a Suo motu hearing on the topic later on Sunday, forbidding all state institutions from taking any “extra-constitutional” measures in response to the National Assembly’s rejection of the no-confidence resolution. The case has been proven by a panel of three judges guided by the Chief of Justice of Pakistan, Justice Umar Ata Bandaial.
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