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PTI Banned Funding: Legal Opinions, Lots of Debate

ISLAMABAD: WITH ECP announced his verdict in prohibited finance case against PTI on On Tuesday, legal experts and political experts began discussing it. possible legal and political implications on PTI as political party and its chairman.

coalition government started thinking over three legal options against PTI after Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) announced his verdict in prohibited funding case.

According to sources, coalition government received an ECP verdict in the PTI funding ban case, which was sent to the police and law enforcement agencies. ministries. government started consultations for law enforcement of in decision came against PTI.

Said federal ministers held consultations with constitutional and legal experts, in addition to deliberating over three legal options including filing of reference to the Supreme Court (SC) under section (3) 17 declaring PTI a political organization funded from abroad. party as well as moving supreme court for action on Testimony of Imran Khan.

It became known that government expected to go to higher court on the foundation of the recent verdict of the electoral commission. government May also look for a constitution of a full bench Supreme Court (SC).

ESP announced long-awaited verdict in case to block PTI funding.

ESP, in its unanimous verdict held that party received funds from business magnate Arif Naqvi and from 34 foreign nationals.

Trinomial bench led by the Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sikander Sultan Raja, which includes Nisar Ahmed Durrani and Shah Muhammad Jata. announced restrained verdict.

ESP also said that former prime minister Imran Khan filed false declaration in case to block PTI funding. Election Observer also I decided issue a show-cause PTI notice to explain why the commission should do not seize the funds received.

Meanwhile, legal experts said that the CEP had finally decided that should were open and shut case a few years later of delays caused on various interference, both legal and political.

They say in ECP verdict, there is a necessary consequence – because according to the law party the leader must promise that his books in order every year, and because PTI reports clearly don’t in order, its leader falsely promised.

They indicated out there is already no uniform standard, which proves the case of Khwaji Asif. After the Supreme Court of Islamabad declared that it was obliged follow Supreme Court precedence in case of Nawaz Sharif and disqualified Khoja Asif for procedural error of wrong statement, the Supreme Court reversed course and applied newer standard where minor errors are no longer automatic disqualifiers.

legal-political analyst said Article 6 of Political Parties Order (PPP) 2002 clarifies who may be a donor/contributor to political partywhat is Prohibited Funding and what happens to Prohibited Funding. In short, no foreigner. national, government or the agency may fund political party in Pakistan. If prohibited funding is proven pursuant to Article 6(4) of the PPL, said funds are subject to confiscation by the State.

However, he stated that the decision of the ESP against PTI is the weakest thing that could be.

According to him, it was proved that the funds came from unknown and prohibited sources. After proving they should the state ordered them to be confiscated, but this is not so; rather different show cause a notice was issued with further explanation of this. It will be played up PTI social media team and the pressure will rise for Chief Electoral Commissioner to resign.

Legal experts have said Article 13 is related to prohibited funding. of PPO, which requires political parties to submit verified financial bills every year which should be certified through head of political party.

In this case, this certification also was recognized false. It’s coming against Article 62 of Constitution for member of parliament be Sadiq and Amin. Secondly, the firm that conducted the audit. should also be fined and subjected to scrutiny.

federal government has a mature case in hand on file against PTI on the following calculations:

Link file in Supreme Court against Imran Khan under article 62. It’s time for The Supreme Court knowingly review his earlier solution of announcing Imran Khan Sadiq and Amin.

Meanwhile, some legitimate of in view as far as PTI is concerned, ECP has limited the scope of his confiscation order of funds under article 6 of PPO and Rule 6(3) of PPR, which will require a subsequent hearing.

It has not been established anywhere that PTI is subject to an outright ban. of foreign aid party’ – what would be attracted if he had received such funds from a foreign government or political party.

They said that when it comes to Imran Khan, the CEP has resolutely taken over issue with inaccuracies in its registration in his certificate confirming that party was operating in accordance with Pakistani laws. it remains However, it remains to be seen whether this is intentional misrepresentation – the Supreme Court held that down in of its recent jurisprudence that this is the intention of legislator who is considered, not just in fact of omission before guarantee declaration of dishonesty or something else.

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Sandra Loyd
Sandra Loyd
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