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Pak Courts have shown the door to PM Jilani for not acting on black money , has their courts resurrected their soverginity and independance from Govt control ?

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Asked by fakeastrologer, 20 Jun '12 10:24 am
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Black money slashed abroad is a very critical topic.. it is not that easy, that you sign the agree with various nations and you get the name of the accountholders and then you procecute..

Blackmoney slashed abroad is a Capital of British Crown who has earned as Tribute from the Political Parties towards sustaining their Power and allowing them to Rule. How British Crown will allow to part their wealth that they have earned through their Agents of Leased Govt??
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 20 Jun '12 10:36 am

 
  
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Sovereignty is not with the Government. Sovereignty is with the people regulated by the provision of the constitution. Government is only the legislative body which makes the law. Judiciary interprets the law and head of the republic, generally the president, executes the law. This is how democracy works. Pak court has held their PM guilty of contempt of court on the basis of the interpretation of the laws prevailing in the country. In doing so Court has only performed its duty. Government at no point of time can infringe into the sovereignty either of judiciary, or head of state or the people without tampering with the constitution or take recourse to the emergency provision of the constitution and temporally suspend some of the rights of the people. Such events have happened in India as well when once Allahabad High court declared Indra Gandhi's election as void and also debarred her from contesting in any election for 6 years. Something similar has happened in Pakistan. Now it n ...more
Answered by Shyam, 20 Jun '12 03:27 pm

 
  
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Next its for India,. . . . .
Answered by Sunderaam, 20 Jun '12 10:26 am

 
  
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