Constitutional and Political History of Pakistan

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Oxford University Press, 2005 - Law - 522 pages
This book analyzes constitutional development in Pakistan from its conception to the present day. It provides a case-by-case account of constitution making in Pakistan, and the inclusion of all pertinent documentation makes this essential reading for the student of law and politics. It also provides a liberal, humanitarian reading of the travails of law members and the role of politicians and bureaucrats in the implementation of the law.

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Contents

The MintoMorley Reforms 19091919
49
An Era of Legal Battles
85
The Shariah Ordinance 1988
423
Copyright

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