NRO Cases Reopens Today By Supreme Court

Supreme Court reopens on Monday the cases which had been filed in October 2007 against the National Reconciliation Ordinance. Though the Supreme Court has chosen three constitutional experts as amici curiae to help it on the first day of the proceedings, the government, still look for of a advocate of repute, may ask for adjournment to properly defend the controversial ordinance.

The legal representative appointed by the Supreme Court are former judge of Sindh High Court Shaiq Usmani, former chief justice of Lahore High Court Mian Allah Nawaz and former attorney general of Pakistan M. Sardar Khan. They will aid the court to reach an trustworthy decision while interpreting the NRO. They were also appointed as amici curiae in October 2007 to support the court in these cases.
Justice Wajihuddin Ahme (Retd.) told in Hamid Mir’s “Capital Talk” that NRO will be void from the first day of its execution and cases of important nature are processed quickly by Superem Court and therefore decisions on NRO cases would be expected in one week.

The Supreme Court has already issued notices to Acting Advocate General Shah Khawar besides advocates-general of Punjab, Sindh, NWFP and Balochistan.

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