PM Says No Compromise On Parliament's Supremacy.

LAHORE/ISLAMABAD -- Reacting to the SuApreme Court of PakiAstan's verdict in the Punjab Chief MinisAter's election case, Prime Minister SheAhbaz Sharif Tuesday said that the apex court hurt people's exApectations for justice.

Taking to Twitter, Shehbaz penned that the constitution has assigned state powAers to parliament, adAministration and juAdiciary but it has also mandated all the instiAtutions to work within the specified limits.

'No institution can interfere in the auAthority of another and there will be no compromise on the supremacy of the ConAstitution and Parliament,' he wrote. The requirement of the reputation of the juAdiciary and the quality of justice was that a full court should be formed so that justice would not only be done but also be seen to be done, but the judicial deciAsion would fulfil the expecAtations of the legal commuAnity, citizens, the media and the people for justice,' PM added Prime Minister SheAhbaz Sharif spoke to his elAder brother and former prime minister Nawaz...

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