Evaluation of Judicial Structure with Particular Focus on National Judicial Policy of Pakistan
Author: Muhammad Usman Ghani

Since its independence, Pakistan has been struggling with the constitution, political institutions and structure of the state. It has enjoyed democracy and has witnessed the bitterness of dictatorships. In the process of swinging between the poles of civilian and military rules, it has weakened its state institutions (legislative, executive and judicial) to a great degree. If a picture of Pakistan’s history is drawn, it would be painted with the state’s efforts to declare power over a frequently divided polity and attempts of the citizens to extort control from those in power. The institutional fabric of Pakistan has been carved with patterns of numerous disasters and curtailed resolutions. The result of this is unstable state institutions. Supervisor:- Lubna Hasan

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Supervisor: Lubna Hassan

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