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1990 MLD 1931

KHADIM NADIM MALIK, ADVOCATE

V/S

FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN

Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 Articles 52 & 107 —

Duration of Assembly — term of five years commences from the date of the first meeting of the Assembly and upon expiry of its normal term, it stands dissolved automatically.

Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 Articles 52 & 107 —

Term of Assembly elected upon the basis of fresh polls, in absence of any direct provision to the contrary in the Constitution could not be restricted or curtailed for a period less than five years unless sooner dissolved in the
manner indicated by the Constitution.

Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 Articles 58 & 112 —

Modes for putting an earlier end to the normal life of Assembly — Constitution did not leave the President or Governor free and unfettered to bring the elected  Assembly to its premature end by ordering for its dissolution. [1990 MLD 1931]

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