Supreme Court issued Written verdict on petitions for implementation of presidential system
A discussion on the presidential system in Pakistan has emerged that the parliamentary system in Pakistan should be abolished and the presidential system should be implemented. In this regard, a petition was filed with the Supreme Court for the Supreme Court to decide that the presidential system should be implemented in Pakistan.
In which the President will have the power to make big and small decisions in the country under his supervision and he will have the right to decide what steps should be taken for the development of the country in the future.
On this, it was clarified by the Supreme Court that the Supreme Court has no authority to hold the referendum which will be held to implement the presidential system in Pakistan.
According to sources, the question of political nature regarding the implementation of the presidential system was raised in the Supreme Court, then a formal written notice was given by the Supreme Court that the Supreme Court has no authority to bring parliamentary system or presidential system in Pakistan.
The supreme court also said that there was no provision in the constitution and law of Pakistan regarding this order. Therefore, the courts cannot give their full support in this matter. And this order was issued by the Supreme Court on October 27, 2021, but no written notice was issued.
Furthermore, the Supreme Court clarified that the petitioner and his lawyers were asked only two questions in which they could not impress the Supreme Court, meaning that they could not give a complete answer to the Supreme Court. Issuing a clear notice, he said that the Supreme Court has no authority to implement the parliamentary and presidential system in Pakistan.