ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court Bar has filed petition within the apex court docket in search of assessment of the court docket’s opinion within the Presidential Reference in search of interpretation of Article 63-A, ARY News reported on Thursday.
The Supreme Court Bar has pleaded to the court docket to assessment its opinion given over interpretation of the Article 63-A on May 17.
The Bar has requested to the court docket to assessment the paragraph of its opinion within the presidential reference, with regard to not counting the vote of the dissenting members and take again that opinion. ” Not counting the defecting members vote is in opposition to the spirit of the structure,” the SC Bar petitioned. “The Supreme Court’s opinion has been equal to an intervention in the constitution,” based on the petition.
“According to the Article 63-A, defecting members can only be de-seated,” SC Bar stated in its petition.
The federal authorities and the election fee has been made events within the case.
The Supreme Court in its interpretation of Article 63-A, on May 17, declared that defecting members votes is not going to be counted within the Parliament.
It was a break up resolution with 3-2 majority, made by five-member bench of the apex court docket headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial. The Chief Justice stated that altering loyalties within the parliament damages the integrity of democracy.
It is upto the Parliament to resolve on the life-long disqualification of defecting members, the choice learn.