The Supreme Court rejected all petitions against military courts
Islamabad: Supreme Court to be under the 21 th Amendment gave judgment in favor of the military courts.
17 judges comprising the full court bench headed by Chief Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk, who ruled in courtroom number one.
Constitutional amendments reserved on petitions
The Supreme Court decision handed down by the Office of the supplementary cause list would have already released.
18 th and 21 th constitutional amendments to applications filed on June 26 that was saved was announced today.
Military courts: 21 th constitutional amendment draft
Under the 21 th amendment to the decision of the military court judges ruled in favor of 11, while 6 opposed, the majority of courts have ruled in favor,
The Army Public School in Peshawar last year by the Parliament on 21 th Amendment to the special courts and the Pakistan Army Act 1952 was passed.
Later, on April 16 this year, six terrorists from the military courts to suspend executions while the Supreme Court Bar Council lawyer Asma Jahangir stay order on the application was filed.
Special courts do not wish Army, Army Chief
Amendment 21 and 18 on August 16 of the current Chief Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk before retirement will be the last big decision.
The Supreme Court against 21 th and 18 th overall, 32 applications were filed against 15 of the 21 th and 18 th against 17 applications were filed.
Military courts, a wrong decision
Chief Justice on July 23, 2013 regarding alleged irregularities in the election commission’s report was written.
The two amendments SC 31 constitutional petitions filed five months of trial operation on June 26.
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