‘Nepal to take help from Pakistan’s Constitution’

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  1. ajtr

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    ‘Nepal to take help from Pakistan’s Constitution’


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    KARACHI: Chief Justice of Nepal Ram Prasad Shreshta has said, “We will take help from the Constitution of Pakistan in designing the same document for our homeland.”

    He was talking to media during his visit to the mausoleum of the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah here on Sunday.

    He said in near future there would be a federally administered system in his country and that Nepal is undergoing a process to form a constitution. In this connection, “We will take help from the Constitution of Pakistan,” he added.

    Earlier, Justice Shreshta along with Chief Justice of the Sindh High Court Justice Mushir Alam and other notables visited the Mazar-e-Quaid and paid homage to the great leader.

    In his brief comments to the media, the Nepal CJ informed that he has come to visit Pakistan on the invitation of Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. The visiting Nepalese CJ said there is full-fledged democracy is Pakistan.

    He was of the view that all the ingredient of an independent nation including democracy and an independent and active judiciary are available in Pakistan.

    He said he got inspiration from the CJP Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Justice Shreshta said he highly appreciates the courage and impartiality of Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry.

    He said the efforts of CJP Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry for the independence of judiciary and to protect the rule of law are highly commendable. app
     
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  3. Ray

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    Good for him to say so.

    A visionary indeed!

    It took Pakistan to wait till 1956 to get a Constitution and quite a few Amendments.

    Is Nepal on the way to becoming an Islamic Republic because that is the underlining principle of the latest version of the Pakistan Constitution.
     
  4. Bangalorean

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    Someone move this under Jokes and Humour :love:
     
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    Tolaha Senior Member Senior Member

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    Pakistanis themselves may not be sure if they'd like to keep their constitution as it is. If it was possible for anyone to 'sell' something thats hardly relevant to them, then Nepal has done the right thing by asking Pakistan for their constitution. They surely can get it for cheap!
     
  6. thakur_ritesh

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    does pakistan have a constitution? hmmm ................... wonder how many coups have happened .............. constitution for what?
     
  7. Tolaha

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    Ofcourse they have a constitution. Whenever a general grabs power, he makes sure that the 'latest' constitution legitamises his authority! :)
     
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    barbarian have constitution ? lol
     
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    Oh boi... if they are really heading towards that direction, I'd say they are going to be in a big pot of soup in the next 5 years.
     
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    constipation and constitution are always confusing things to me....
     
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    Only morons will take help from a country which flashes in the top 10 list of failed state for 3 consecutive years.
     
  13. ajtr

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    When a country which is perceived to be a failed state by most of the world is able to inspire and take along with most of the country in the neighborhood of its biggest enemy which is called the greatest democracy of the world then logically...

    1.that country is not failing.
    2.World's greatest democracy is failing diplomatically in its own neighborhood.
     
  14. Daredevil

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    He must have said that to keep the hosts in humor. Otherwise it is a joke.
     
  15. Tolaha

    Tolaha Senior Member Senior Member

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    Most impartial observers may have different view on where exactly Pakistan is taking the neighbourhood to!
     
  16. The Messiah

    The Messiah Bow Before Me! Elite Member

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    @ the bold part :pound: :pound: :pound:

    your 2nd point is right if you mean India...if we had competent leaders with foresight pakistan would not exist today because they would be sliced up decades ago.
     
  17. ganesh177

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    Oh you mistook the article as if its happening officially. Relax there is no evidence yet that this is happening.
     
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    Well said. I almost got a heart attack (due to excessive laughing) after reading this one. This one needs to go to jokes section. I am surprised that this was not published in Faking News.
     

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