THE APPOINTMENT OF JUSTICE AYESHA MALIK AT THE SUPREME COURT

ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the Judicial Commission chaired by Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed has ended. There was no consensus on the appointment of Judge Ayesha Malik as a judge on the Supreme Court.

According to reports, four members of the Judicial Commission supported the appointment of Judge Ayesha Malik in the Supreme Court, while four members also voted against it. According to the Constitution, appointments to the Supreme Court can only be made through a majority decision. Due to disagreement in the Judicial Commission over Judge Ayesha’s name, Judge Ayesha Malik could not become the first Supreme Court judge.

Italy decides to allow cannabis cultivation at home It should be noted that lawyers also protested outside the Supreme Court on the same issue. In addition, the morning started with a boycott of the courts in which lawyers did not show up at the Supreme Court and other courts, due to which cases could not be heard.

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The decision to protest was made during a “lawyers’ convention in Karachi, which was later approved at a joint meeting of lawyers’ organizations. Their main aim is to oppose the appointment of Judge Ayesha A. Malik from the Lahore High Court to the Supreme Court without regard to her alleged seniority. All countries, including the United States, should recognize our government: Taliban Spokesman

Lawyers’ organizations are of the opinion that the appointment of Judge Ayesha A. Malik, who is fourth on the list of judges of the Lahore High Court, is a violation of the Constitution and the law.

The final decision on Judge Ayesha Malik and other judges to be appointed to the High Court should be taken at a meeting of the Judicial Commission of Pakistan to be held at the High Court. If Ayesha A. Malik had been nominated, she would have been the first woman judge to be appointed to the Supreme Court.
PEACE AND STABILITY IN AFGHANISTAN IS A JOINT VISION OF PAKISTAN AND QATAR, FOREIGN MINISTER

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan and Qatar have agreed to continue playing a constructive role in Afghanistan to avert any humanitarian crisis.

He made the remarks while addressing a joint press conference with Qatari Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani in Islamabad today after delegation-level talks between the two countries, adding that peace and stability in Afghanistan and the two countries have a common vision of prosperity.

He said that the international community should come forward to provide humanitarian and financial assistance to the people of Afghanistan, while those who disturb the peace should not be allowed to sabotage the global efforts for peace in Afghanistan.

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Later, Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister called on Prime Minister Imran Khan. Developments in Afghanistan and the future development of relations between Pakistan and Qatar were discussed.

According to news reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan has suffered a lot due to the long conflict in Afghanistan. The Prime Minister stressed the importance of a peaceful, secure and stable Afghanistan for Pakistan and the region.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that it is very important to strengthen the security situation and the economy in Afghanistan. Pakistan will continue to play its role for the economic development of Afghanistan. The international community should show solidarity with the Afghan people. The Prime Minister reiterated his desire to further strengthen relations with Qatar. The Prime Minister also stressed the importance of promoting greater cooperation in trade, investment and energy.

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Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister acknowledged Pakistan’s important role as well as its efforts for regional peace and stability and reiterated Qatar’s commitment to maintain close contact with Pakistan on bilateral and regional issues.