Such bar and prohibition shall commence from the date of disqualification
and continue till such time that the lack of qualification/disqualification
of such person continues in terms of the provisions of Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution.
Meanwhile, in compliance with the Supreme Court's order, renowned lawyer Chaudhry Faisal Hussain has furnished his written submissions, wherein he suggested that parliament is the right forum to determine the time and duration regarding disqualification
of parliamentarians under Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution.
A five-member bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar and comprising Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, Justice Umar Ata Bandial, Justice Ijazul Ahsan and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, has taken up 17 appeals against the disqualification
The court had taken up a set of 17 appeals and review petitions to determine the length of the disqualification
handed down under Article 62 (1)(f) of the Constitution.
A total of six references have been filed with the Speaker - four for disqualification
of the Prime Minister, one for disqualification
of Imran Khan and another for disqualification
of Jehangir Tareen under Articles 63(2) of the Constitution.
Commenting on the disqualifications
, Mark Bruce, Chief Investigator at The Insolvency Service, said: This is a very serious case in which monies were extracted from members of the public; not only on the grounds of it being a safe investment, with a good rate of return, but that their money would be used to assist the lives of impoverished communities in Africa.
Supreme Court (SC) affirmed yesterday its decision that dismissed the disqualification
cases filed against former President and now Manila City Mayor Joseph Ejercito Estrada.
Though the new provision gives a muchdiluted protection, the Supreme Court, while quashing Section 8( 4), had relied on Articles 102 and 191 to state that Parliament was empowered only to lay down disqualifications
and not protection against disqualification
The report looked at the use made of powers contained in the Company Directors Disqualification
Act 1986 in relation to disqualification
orders related to health and safety failures in the management of companies.
Ideally, the officials themselves will talk fans through videotape replays in more detail than the announcers, who sometimes offer little more than the self-evident word that ``the stewards have determined the incident did not warrant a disqualification
But the drop in the disqualification
rate, down nearly 200 to 1,527 over the last year, is not attributable to directors getting their act together and behaving properly, claimsRichard Hawes, recovery and reorganisation partner at Grant Thornton Cardiff.
Exceeding these limits can lead to plan disqualification