Since April 2014, the average length of a disqualification
is 5.7 years.
Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar who was elected as Congress MLA but joined the BJP on the day of formation of the government is also facing disqualification
case after the Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president TN Haokip filed a petition for his disqualification
9523 which states that a ground for disqualification
is that 'any candidate who, in an action or protest in which he is a party, is declared by final decision of a competent court, guilty of, or found by the Commission to the suffering from any disqualification
provided by law or the Constitution.'
Crisologo called the latest disqualification
case against him as desperate and politically motivated.
The prosecutor pleaded the high court to declare disqualification
of the legislator under Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution over alleged possession of Iqama (work permit).
Jane Knight, deputy head of investigations, at the Insolvency Service, said: "Stephen Clarke knowingly breached the terms of his disqualification
, thereby putting the company's creditors at risk.
In the gubernatorial level, Edgar Gica and Norma Pilapil Pozon each filed a disqualification
case against Cebu Third District Rep.
case against Pimentel was filed by lawyer Ferdinand Topacio.
This recent disqualification
prompts the question on how many other disqualifications
will follow suit-, are all government office holders barred from being citizens of another country or only some in specific categories?
The original petition, filed by Abbasi in November 2016, had sought Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Tareen and Imran's disqualification
over non-disclosure of their assets and ownership of offshore companies.
The DVLA said: "The statistics provided are likely to include cases where drivers have received court sentences including disqualification
, supervision orders, community punishment orders or imprisonment.