Article 62 And 63 Of Pakistan In Urdu Pdf


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Jump to navigation. This article analyses the provisions regarding the qualifications and disqualifications for Parliamentarians set out in the constitution of Pakistan, and traces their evolution over the years. It establishes that the objective interpretation of these provisions in the past has given way to a more subjective and moralistic approach in the run-up to the general elections.

Article 62 — A brief look at the law

Disqualification on grounds of defection, etc. If a notice is issued under this clause, the Presiding Officer of the concerned House shall be informed accordingly. Explanation: A member of a House shall be deemed to defect from a political party if he, having been elected as such, as a candidate or nominee of a political party: or under a symbol of political party or having been elected otherwise than as a candidate or nominee of a political party, and having become a member of a political party after such election by means of a declaration in writing :- a commits a breach of party discipline which means a violation of the party constitution, code of conduct and declared policies, or b votes contrary to any direction issued by the Parliamentary Party to which he belongs, or c abstain from voting in the House against party policy in relation to any bill.

In the event the decision is against the member, he can file an appeal, within seven days, before the Head of the Party, whose decision thereon shall be final, in cases covered by the Explanation to clause 1 , sub-clauses b and c , the declaration may be made by the Head of the Party concerned after examining the explanation of the member and determining whether or not that member has defected.

The Presiding Officer shall within two days transmit the decision to the Chief Election Commissioner. The Chief Election Commissioner, shall give effect to such decision, within seven days from the date of the receipt of such intimation by declaring the seat vacant and amend it under the schedule of the bye-election.

Mediation Committee. Provided that simultaneously when a Money Bill, including the Finance Bill containing the Annual Budget Statement, is presented in the National Assembly, a copy thereof shall be transmitted to the Senate which may, within seven days, make recommendations thereon to the National Assembly.

For the Senate Secretariat Recruitment Rules, , see ibid. For the Senate Finance Committee Rules, , see ibid. National Assembly: 1. A person shall be entitled to vote if- a. Notwithstanding anything contained in clause l or any other law for the time being in force, the members of the National Assembly from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas to be elected in the general elections, shall continue till dissolution of the National Assembly and thereafter this clause shall stand omitted.

In addition to the number of seats referred to in clause 3 , there shall be, in the National Assembly, ten seats reserved for non-Muslims. For the purpose of election to the National Assembly,- a. Duration of National Assembly. The National Assembly shall, unless sooner dissolved, continue for a term of five years from the day of its first meeting and shall stand dissolved at the expiration of its term. Speaker and Deputy Speaker of National Assembly. After a general election, the National Assembly shall, at its first meeting and to the exclusion of any other business, elect from amongst its members a Speaker and a Deputy Speaker and, so often as the office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker becomes vacant, the Assembly shall elect another member as Speaker or, as the case may be, Deputy Speaker.

Before entering upon office, a member elected as Speaker or Deputy Speaker shall make before the National Assembly oath in the form set out in the Third Schedule. When the office of Speaker is vacant, or the Speaker is absent or is unable to perform his functions due to any cause, the Deputy Speaker shall act as Speaker, and if, at that time, the Deputy Speaker is also absent or is unable to act as Speaker due to any cause, such member as may be determined by the rules of procedure of the Assembly shall preside at the meeting of the Assembly.

The Speaker or the Deputy Speaker shall not preside at a meeting of the Assembly when a resolution for his removal from office is being considered. The Speaker may, by writing under his hand addressed to the President, resign his office. The Deputy Speaker may, by writing under his hand addressed to the Speaker, resign his office.

The office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker shall become vacant if: a. When the National Assembly is dissolved the Speaker shall continue in his office till the person elected to fill the office by the next Assembly enters upon his office. Summoning and prorogation of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament. On a requisition signed by not less than one-fourth of the total membership of the National Assembly, the Speaker shall summon the National Assembly to meet, at such time and place as he thinks fit, within fourteen days of the receipt of the requisition; and when the Speaker has summoned the Assembly only he may prorogue it.

Voting in Assembly and quorum. Subject to the Constitution, all decisions Voting in of the National Assembly shall be taken by majority Assembly a of the members present and voting, but the person quorum. If at any time during a sitting of the National Assembly the attention of the person presiding is drawn to the fact that less than one-fourth of the total membership of the Assembly is present, he shall either adjourn the Assembly or suspend the meeting until at least one-fourth of such membership is present.

The President may address either House or both Houses assembled together and may for that purpose require the attendance of the members. The President may send messages to either House, whether with respect to a Bill then pending in the Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament or otherwise, and a House to which any message is so sent shall with all convenient dispatch consider any matter required by the message to be taken into consideration.

At the commencement of the first session after each general election to the National Assembly and at the commencement of the first session of each year the President shall address both Houses assembled together and inform the Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament of the causes of its summons. Provision shall be made in the rules for regulating the procedure of a House and the conduct of its business for the allotment of time for discussion of the matters referred to in the address of the President.

Right to speak in Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament. The Prime Minister, a Federal Minister, a Minister of State and the Attorney General shall have the right to speak and otherwise take part in the proceedings of either House, or a joint sitting or any committee thereof, of which he may be named a member, but shall not by virtue of this Article be entitled to vote. Dissolution of the National Assembly: 1. The President shall dissolve the National Assembly if so advised by the Prime Minister; and the National Assembly shall, unless sooner dissolved, stand dissolved at the expiration of forty-eight hours after the Prime Minister has so advised.

Explanation: Reference in this Article to "Prime Minister" shall not be construed to include reference to a Prime Minister against whom a notice of a resolution for a note of no-confidence has been given in the National Assembly but has not been voted upon or against whom such a resolution has been passed or who is continuing in office after his resignation or after the dissolution of the National Assembly. Notwithstanding anything contained in clause 2 or Article 48, the President may dissolve the National Assembly in his discretion where, a vote of no-confidence having been passed against the Prime Minister, no other member of the National Assembly commands the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, as ascertained in a session of the National Assembly summoned for the purpose.

The Senate 1. Election to fill seats in the Senate allocated to each Province shall be held in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote. The Senate shall not be subject to dissolution but the term of its members, who shall retire as follows, shall be six years:- a. Notwithstanding the omission of paragraph b of clause 1 and the omission of paragraph b of clause 3 , the existing members of the Senate from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas shall continue till expiry of their respective terms of office and on the expiry of the aforesaid terms this clause shall stand omitted.

The term of office of a person elected to fill a casual vacancy shall be the unexpired term of the member whose vacancy he has filled. Chairman and Deputy Chairman 1. After the Senate has been duly constituted, it shall, at its first meeting and to the exclusion of any other business, elect from amongst its members a Chairman and a Deputy Chairman and, so often as the office of Chairman or Deputy Chairman becomes vacant, the Senate shall elect another member as Chairman or, as the case may be, Deputy Chairman.

Other provisions relating to Senate. Qualifications for membership of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament : 1. A person shall not be qualified to be elected or chosen as a member of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament unless- a. The disqualifications specified in paragraphs d and e shall not apply to a person who is a non-Muslim, but such a person shall have good moral reputation. Disqualifications for membership of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament : 1. A person shall be disqualified from being elected or chosen as, and from being, a member of the Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament , if:- a.

Explanation: For the purposes of this paragraph "law" shall not include an Ordinance promulgated under Article 89 or Article If any question arises whether a member of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament has become disqualified from being a member, the Speaker or, as the case may be, the Chairman shall, unless he decides that no such question has arisen, refer the question to the Election Commission within thirty days and should he fail to do so within the aforesaid period it shall be deemed to have been referred to the Election Comission.

The Election Commission shall decide the question within ninety days from its receipt or deemed to have been received and if it is of the opinion that the member has become disqualified, he shall cease to be a member and his seat shall become vacant.

If a member of a Parliamentary Party composed of a single political party in a House- a. A member of a House shall be deemed to be a member of a Parliamentary Party if he having been elected as a candidate or nominee of a political party which constitutes the Parliamentary Party in the House or, having been elected otherwise than as a candidate or nominee of a political party, has become a member of such Parliamentary Party after such election by means of a declaration in writing.

Upon receipt of the declaration under clause 1 , the Presiding Officer of the House shall within two days refer the declaration to the Chief Election Commissioner who shall lay the declaration before the Election Commission for its decision thereon confirming the declaration or otherwise within thirty days of its receipt by the Chief Election Commissioner. Where the Election Commission confirms the declaration, the member referred to in clause 1 shall cease to be a member of the House and his seat shall become vacant.

Any party aggrieved by the decision of the Election Commission may within thirty days, prefer an appeal to the Supreme Court which shall decide the matter within ninety days from the date of the filing of the appeal. Nothing contained in this Article shall apply to the Chairman or Speaker of a House. For the purpose of this Article - a. Article 63A substituted as aforesaid shall come into effect from the next general elections to be held after the commencement of the Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Act, Provided that till Article 63A substituted as aforesaid comes into effect the provisions of existing Article 63A shall remain operative.

Vacation of seats. A House may declare the seat of a member vacant if, without leave of the House, he remains absent for forty consecutive days of its sittings.

Oath of members. A person elected to a House shall not sit or vote until he has made before the House oath in the form set out in the Third Schedule. Privileges of members, etc. Provision may be made by law for the punishment, by a House, of persons who refuse to give evidence or produce documents before a committee of the House when duly required by the chairman of the committee so to do: Provided that any such law- a.

Rules of Procedure, etc. Until rules are made under clause 1 , the procedure and conduct of business in a House shall be regulated by the rules of procedure made by the President. Restriction on discussion in Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament. Courts not to inquire into proceedings of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament. Introduction and passing of Bills: 1. A Bill with respect to any matter in the Federal Legislative List may originate in either House and shall, if it is passed by the House in which it originated, be transmitted to the other House; and, if the Bill is passed without amendment, by the other House also, it shall he presented to the President for assent.

If a Bill transmitted to a House under clause 1 is passed with amendments it shall be sent back to the Hosue in which it originated and if that House passes the Bill with those amendments it shall be presented to the President for assent. If a Bill transmitted to a House under clause 1 is rejected or is not passed within ninety days of its laying in the House or a Bill sent to a House under clause 2 with amendments is not passed by that House with such amendments, the Bill, at the request of the House in which it originated, shall be considered in a joint sitting and if passed by the votes of the majority of the members present and voting in the joint sitting it shall be presented to the President for assent.

Procedure at joint sittings. The President, after consultation with the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Chairman, may make rules as to the procedure with respect to the joint sittings of, and communications between, the two Houses.

At a joint sitting, the Speaker of the National Assembly or, in his absence, such person as may be determined by the rules made under clause 1 , shall preside. The rules made under clause 1 shall be laid before a joint sitting and may be added to, varied, amended or replaced at a joint sitting. Subject to the Constitution, all decisions at a joint sitting shall be taken by the votes of the majority of the members present and voting. Procedure with respect to Money Bill. Notwithstanding anything contained in Article 70, a Money Bill shall originate in the National Assembly: Provided that simultaneously when a Money Bill, including the Finance Bill containing the Annual Budget Statement, is presented in the National Assembly, a copy thereof shall be transmitted to the Sentate which may, within fourteen days, make recommendations thereon to the National Assembly.

The National Assembly shall consider the recommendations of the Senate and after the Bill has been passed by the Assembly with or without incorporating the recommendations of the Senate, it shall be presented to the President for assent.

For the purpose of this Chapter, a Bill or amendment shall be deemed to be a Money Bill if it contains provisions dealing with all or any of the following matters, namely:- a. A Bill shall not be deemed to be a Money Bill by reason only that it provides:- a.

If any question arises whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not, the decision of the Speaker of the National Assembly thereon shall be final. Every Money Bill presented to the President for assent shall bear a certificate under the hand of the Speaker of the National Assembly that it is a Money Bill, and such certificate shall be conclusive for all purposes and shall not be called in question.

Federal Government's consent required for financial measures. President's assent to Bills. When the President has returned a Bill to the Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament , it shall be reconsidered by the Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament in joint sitting and, if it is again passed, with or without amendment, by the Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament , by the votes of the majority of the members of both Houses present and voting; it shall be deemed for the purposes of the Constitution to have been passed by both Houses and shall be presented to the President, and the President shall give his assent within ten days, failing which such assent shall be deemed to have been given.

No act of Majlis-e-Shoora Parliament , and no provision in any such Act, shall be invalid by reason only that some recommendation, previous sanction or consent required by the Constitution was not given if that Act was assented to in accordance with the Constitution. Bill not to lapse on prorogation, etc. A Bill pending in either House shall not lapse by reason of the prorogation of the House.

A Bill pending in the Senate which has not been passed by the National Assembly shall not lapse on the dissolution of the National Assembly. A Bill pending in the National Assembly, or a Bill which having been passed by the National Assembly is pending in the Senate, shall lapse on the dissolution of the National Assembly.

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According to DawnNewsTV , the verdict was issued unanimously by all five judges of the bench. Article 62 1 f , which sets the precondition for a member of parliament to be " sadiq and ameen " honest and righteous , is the same provision under which former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by a five-judge SC bench on July 28, , in the Panama Papers case. Following the verdict, both Sharif and Tareen have been deemed ineligible to hold public office till the courts' respective declarations against them hold. Related: 'Disqualification under Article 62 1 f is for life but not applicable in my case,' says Tareen. Such a person cannot contest elections or become a member of parliament. Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, who was heading the bench, remarked before the verdict was announced that the public deserves "leaders of good character". Read the complete SC judgement here.

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(B) Not less than twenty- five years of age 1. Any part of Pakistan, for election to a general seat or a seat reserved for a non-Muslims and 2. Any.


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Opposition The National Assembly is a democratically elected body consisting of a total of members, before 25th amendment they used to be who are referred to as Members of the National Assembly MNAs , of which are directly elected members and 70 reserved seats for women and religious minorities.

Menace Of Articles 62 And 63 Of The Constitution Of Islamic Republic Of Pakistan 1973

Disqualification on grounds of defection, etc. If a notice is issued under this clause, the Presiding Officer of the concerned House shall be informed accordingly. Explanation: A member of a House shall be deemed to defect from a political party if he, having been elected as such, as a candidate or nominee of a political party: or under a symbol of political party or having been elected otherwise than as a candidate or nominee of a political party, and having become a member of a political party after such election by means of a declaration in writing :- a commits a breach of party discipline which means a violation of the party constitution, code of conduct and declared policies, or b votes contrary to any direction issued by the Parliamentary Party to which he belongs, or c abstain from voting in the House against party policy in relation to any bill.

Sugar, spice and everything nice may well be the recipe for creating the perfect cartoon character but it is implausible to replicate the same in real life. The standards provided in Article 62 and in particular 62 1 f of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan are no different than the recipe provided above. Article 62 of the Constitution provides the eligibility criteria for becoming a member of Parliament. The aforementioned overall lays down objective standards including age and citizenship, which were also present in previous Constitutions of Pakistan, both and The qualities mentioned in the constitutional provision above seem to be taken out of a novel, describing an ideal character, but it is time that we differentiated between fiction and reality. The issue not only lies in the wording of the aforementioned provisions of the Constitution but also with the way that the courts have interpreted the same over the years. Regardless of how sagacious, righteous or ameen one may be, there will always be something which one will fall short of in order to achieve the perfection enunciated in Article

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Leading up to the general elections, the Returning Officers of the Election Commission of Pakistan (all judicial officers by profession) used Articles 62 and

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