MONITOR ON INTER-INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS IN PAKISTAN – JUNE 2020

Share:

Print Friendly, PDF & Email



This monitor is meant to identify key developments during the month on Inter-Institutional Relations in Pakistan with selected high-profile international developments included occasionally. For the purpose of this monitor, the institutions are meant to be the Legislature, Judiciary and Executive (Both Civil and the Military).



In this Issue:

  1. Pakistan was humiliated in the past in its relations with US: Prime Minister
  2. Provincial Chief Minister have powers like dictators under 18th Amendment: Prime Minister
  3. Prime Minister Visits ISI Headquarters
  4. Prime Minister Chairs Meetings of NCC and at NCOC
  5. Civilian Supremacy not possible with the quality of current Parliamentary and Provincial Leadership: Fawad Chaudhry
  6. Constitution of PIA Inquiry Commission termed Controversial
  7. Military Misusing Cantonment Land: MNA Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada
  8. Speaker National Assembly meets Prime Minister
  9. Presidential Reference against Qazi Isa termed Invalid
  10. Supreme Court restrains Sindh Government from utilising 4 billion budget allocation
  11. Supreme Court questions NDMA over preferential treatment to a private company
  12. SC asks Government for a Uniform National Legislation to Manage Coronavirus
  13. Political Discourse reduced to Mud-Slinging: Supreme Court
  14. Peshawar High Court sets aside 200 convictions by Military Courts
  15. COAS plays key role in promoting Afghan Peace Process
  16. Pakistan Army to help in combating Locusts
  17. Bajwa and Gates discuss polio-eradication plans in Pakistan
  18. COAS Receives Chinese Military Medical Team
  19. COAS receives Japanese Ambassador
  20. Corps Commanders’ Conference
  21. Prime Minister’s Interactions with Services Chiefs
  22. New Zealand Prime Minister Appoints Assistant Chief of Defence to Manage COVID-19 Quarantine
  23. “I should not have been there:” US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley

Share: