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The 90-day period for elections

The 90-day period for elections begins with the dissolution of the Assembly, the Supreme Court.
What is the need to waste time after dissolving the assembly, conducting elections in 90 days. Is the spirit of the constitution, the governor has no power not to give a date. Remarks in a case relating to elections in the provinces

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has held that the 90-day period for elections begins with the dissolution of the Assembly. According to the details, the hearing of automatic notices related to the elections of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is going on in the Supreme Court.



During the hearing, Justice Muneeb Akhtar said in his remarks that the period of 90 days starts as soon as the assembly is dissolve, what is the need to waste time after the assembly is dissolve, according to Article 57 this is a constitutional obligation.




Tell the date of the elections, when Justice Mansoor Ali Shah inquired if the caretaker head. Supreme Court Bar President Abid Zubiri argued that the Supreme Court had declared in the past that the elections. Should be held in 90 days, the date of the elections.

Is? And the caretaker set-up is announce at the same time. the governor has the authority to give the date for the elections. Yes, not the caretaker chief minister, it has not been announce for so many days. If the assembly is dissolve due to pressure, the president will give the date.




Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar in his remarks said that the governor has no authority not to give the date. The governor will give the date keeping in mind thearrangements of the Election Commission.



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