ECP issued new nomination forms declared by Supreme Court


sc pakistanECP issued new nomination forms declared by Supreme Court. In the case of electoral reform, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has issued an order, announced by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the nomination correct.

Vertices in the order, the court noted that the nomination papers have been revised in accordance with the law and the Constitution.

Also ordered the ECP to apply Article 218 of the Constitution, to hold free and fair elections. In addition, throughout the country to elect their own representatives who engage in corruption.

Voters have the right to know what their views are, therefore, they will elect candidates must submit their information to the Electoral Commission.

Earlier, the bench headed by the top of a tribunal composed of three members, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, heard the case on electoral reform on Thursday.

During the trial, the Chief Justice noted that the five bills in national parliament (AN), said it could also be involved in electoral reform.

He asked that the government will complete its five-year term, and what measures have been taken so far for electoral reform.

The Attorney General Irfan Qadir said last night he held a meeting with the legal secretary. He told the court, the Standing Committee, consideration of Senate amendments to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

The Chief Justice said, the Senate can not pass the National Assembly Legislative Council ECP Parra Munir said amendments necessary order.

CJ to resolve Munir Parra said, the election is one of the most important issues of the moment, he had told the court last year, the government accepted the amendments, there are small differences.

Munir Parra said the government accepted the amendment, but it does not initiate legislation.

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