Parliament vs Judiciary?

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Host:Hamid Maker

Topic: Parliament vs Judiciary?

Description: Running a government is all about putting a system in place and then adhering to it. The whole concept is to work for the greater common good. Good of the people who have elected the government. However, when there are institutional wranglings and excesses of authority, the common man is left by the way side.

So who do you think is poaching on whose preserves in this tussle between the parliament and the judiciary? How is the common man, the awam, to make his voice heard above all the rhetoric?

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Parliament vs Judiciary?

Afia Salam's Blog

 

Host:Hamid Maker

Topic: Parliament vs Judiciary?

Description: Running a government is all about putting a system in place and then adhering to it. The whole concept is to work for the greater common good. Good of the people who have elected the government. However, when there are institutional wranglings and excesses of authority, the common man is left by the way side.

So who do you think is poaching on whose preserves in this tussle between the parliament and the judiciary? How is the common man, the awam, to make his voice heard above all the rhetoric?

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2012 SCMR 584 / Loyalty to state

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Parliament vs Judiciary?

Afia Salam's Blog

 

Host:Hamid Maker

Topic: Parliament vs Judiciary?

Description: Running a government is all about putting a system in place and then adhering to it. The whole concept is to work for the greater common good. Good of the people who have elected the government. However, when there are institutional wranglings and excesses of authority, the common man is left by the way side.

So who do you think is poaching on whose preserves in this tussle between the parliament and the judiciary? How is the common man, the awam, to make his voice heard above all the rhetoric?

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Objective Resolution 1949 Pakistan

Independent News Coverage Pakistan

Ed. note: The Objectives Resolution was passed by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan in March, 1949, and was made a substantive part of the Constitution of Pakistan by the Revival of Constitution of 1973 Order, 1985 (P.O.No.14 of 1985), Art.2 and Sch.item 2 (with effect from March 2, 1985). See editor’s note. on this.

 


Whereas sovereignty over the entire universe belongs to Allah Almighty alone and the authority which He has delegated to the State of Pakistan, through its people for being exercised within the limits prescribed by Him is a sacred trust;

This Constituent Assembly representing the people of Pakistan resolves to frame a Constitution for the sovereign independent State of Pakistan;

Wherein the State shall exercise its powers and authority through the chosen representatives of the people;
Wherein the principles of democracy, freedom, equality, tolerance and social justice as enunciated by Islam shall be fully…

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Constitution of the country

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Producer: Afia Salam

Topic: Constitution of the country

Description: So what drives the legal system of the country. What are the rules, and who or what sets the game plan? Most would answer correctly by naming the constitution of country as being the ultimate rule book. Many get all choked up and teary eyed while mentioning it, considering it almost sacrosanct? But is it really? If it treats some people as more equal than others and has one set of rules for the rulers and another for the ruled, should it really be getting due deference?

Do you think the Constitution is a document that is sacred, or should it be revisited to remove the anomalies left within it?

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“Disparition”

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“A Yemeni photographer illustrates how women could vanish into darkness and invisibility, step by step, under fundamentalist pressure and the full niqab.”

No offence to any culture – I have a great respect to different culture and a very high degree of culture sensibility. Nevertheless, I have to say what I feel, even last weekend, I was looking at a mother with three young kids, who is wearing similar niqab second to the last pic, having french fries and Coke at a shopping mall in Dubai, and I see how difficult she has to struggle to feed herself and to her children – every single bite she has to vow her head a little bit, touch fries with ketchup, lift it up her facial cover a little bit, while holding the end of cloth with one hand without being exposed any part of her face, trying to pull fries into…

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Women’s Healthcare: How Current Laws Affect You

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When I started my blog, I was upset at one politician’s comment and there were over 70 days until the election.  Now I am furious with an untold number of politicians, there are only 53 days until the election and I am starting to feel powerless to make a change.

I decided at the very beginning that I was going to empower myself and others.  I must rejuvenate myself.  I must not quit, especially now with so little time and so many profoundly close-minded individuals running for office.  I have so many items I wish to speak about that I will be writing for the next few days straight.  Please follow the blog so you are kept up-to-date on everything that’s happening.

Today I will address the Missouri’s legislative veto overturn, which gives an employer right to dictate the healthcare of his/her employees.  And more importantly, I will discuss and…

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Living below the line

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Finally the Swiss letter has been written

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