Posts Tagged ‘ judicial review ’

Judicial Oversight Misrepresented in The News

Sep 28th, 2010 | By | Category: Jang, The News

In an article for The News yesterday, judicial oversight is severely misrepresented as judicial supremacy. Sabir Shah says that, Courtesy their power of judicial review, courts in countries like the US, India, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada and Sweden etc literally enjoy unchallengeable supremacy over their respective legislative houses, a research conducted by The News shows. […]



Asif Ezdi's Legal Troubles

May 3rd, 2010 | By | Category: Jang, The News

Mr. Asif Ezdi, a former ambassador to Germany, has some pretty serious legal troubles. Mostly, troubles are understanding how laws work in a constitutional democracy. Last week we wrote about how Ezdi was propagating the latest conspiracy theory in the media about Zardari expanding his powers by signing the 18th Amendment. Today, Mr. Asif is […]



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