The Pakistani government has made a controversial move by passing a resolution against the Judiciary. Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb introduced the resolution, which denounces the Judiciary’s intervention in the legislative process. The resolution also calls for simultaneous elections of all assemblies and demands that decisions related to elections must be supported by a 4/3 majority in the House. Additionally, it states that the judiciary should not interfere in the election commission, and all cases related to the election should be heard by the full court.
This resolution has sparked outrage among legal experts and civil society activists who believe that it undermines the independence of the Judiciary and violates the principles of the separation of powers. The Judiciary is an essential pillar of any democracy and plays a vital role in upholding the rule of law and ensuring justice for all.
By passing this resolution, the government seems to be trying to exert control over the Judiciary and limit its powers. This move is particularly concerning in the context of Pakistan, where the Judiciary has a history of facing pressure and interference from the executive branch.
It remains to be seen how this resolution will impact the relationship between the government and the Judiciary and what consequences it will have for the democratic process in Pakistan.