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Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani Resign if convicted

February 12, 2012

Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has said that if convicted by the Supreme Court he would not remain member of the National Assembly and resign as Prime Minister of Pakistan

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  1. ASIM permalink
    March 17, 2012 11:41 am

    There is my Article and want that it should be published , if u

    appreciate then i will send u complte Article

    PM REMAIN PM Even AFTER CONVICTION ?
    That question discuss in teastale as well as in the drawingrooms. But

    most people want to see their Head of govt run their motherland outside

    the bar After careful inspection of Art 63 its clear that there are 2

    catagaries.
    1= There are some cases where the matters are ambigious and need

    investigation ie 63(1) (c)(d) (e) etc.
    2= There are some where the matters are prima facie and need no further

    investigation ie 63(1)(g) (h) etc
    Most of our lawyers and Intellectual personalities interpret Art 63

    without categorising and such Art seems to be ridiculous as the speaker

    decide the matter according to their own wisdom and the speaker or then

    election commission may set a side the decision of Supreme Court.
    Whether Speaker Or chief Election cmsner Has authority to Set a Side

    The Decision Of the Supreme Court????????? Obviously not…..But In Art

    63 (2) The Speaker has so as well as CEC……ART 63 (2) ” IF ANY

    QUESTION ARISES whether a member of Majlis e Shoora has become

    disqualified from being a member, the Speaker or, as the case may be,

    the Chairman shall, unless he decides that no such question has arisen,

    refer the question to the Election Commission within thirty days and if

    he fails to do so within the aforesaid period it shall be deemed to

    have been referred to the Election Commision.” 1. if any question

    arises indicates that there are some questions which are prima

    facie……2. If any question arises then speaker has the power to

    decide the matter of disqualification… and If no question arises and

    is Clear then????????

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