The legal community must ask itself: ‘Who watches the watchmen?’
Omer Imran Malik
The promise of serious reforms has been sidelined.
Under Article 8, no law is valid if it violates fundamental rights.
Constitutional guarantees have been done away with by the AACPO.
His taunt became a haunting critique of our justice system.
Over one third of death row appeals end in complete acquittal.
Only parliament can legislate the limits of free speech.
Is the cyberlaw even constitutionally valid?
If speech needs be regulated, it should be by judicial determination.
The act of enforced disappearance has always been a crime in Pakistan.