The Power of Parliament and the Courts in Constitutional Change.
Sindh government spokesman Barrister Murtaza Wahab says that it is the power of the parliament to make laws and make constitutions, are the courts allowed to change the constitution?
While giving a press conference in Karachi, Barrister Murtaza Wahab said whether the assemblies were dissolved in a constitutional way or in an unconstitutional way. Will the courts decide the fate of this country or the elected representatives? It is written in the constitution that the decisions will be made by public representatives.
The spokesperson of the Sindh government said that in the past, many decisions were made under the theory of necessity, it is the power of the parliament to make laws, make the constitution, are the courts allowed to change the constitution? He said that the elected prime ministers of Pakistan are removed. It is stopped before the law is made, there is no such example in the world, Murtaza Wahab said that the Supreme Court is not a single person, all the justices.Parliamentary powers in constitutional change vary across different jurisdictions. Some countries require special majorities or additional procedural safeguards, such as referendums or judicial review, to approve constitutional amendments. These mechanisms ensure that significant changes to the constitution receive broad-based support and prevent hasty or arbitrary modifications.