Historiographical contextualization of Pakistan's regime hybridity and Political judicialization: Paradox of Coadjutant or Wrangle
Keywords:Histography Hybrid Regimes, Pakistan, Judicialization, Politics, Institutional Supremacy
There are antecedents to the modern Pakistani judicial system that date back to the Middle Ages. Nothing appears to be more important to the stability and development of a nation than a robust judicial system. A robust, fair, and externally-independent judiciary is essential for stability and Political System. The primary goal of this paper is to assess and investigate the nature and magnitude of the judiciary's contribution to systematic intrusion into Pakistan's political structure. Because the SCP interprets the constitution in order to make decisions based on the rules and institutions established by the constitution, the paper emphasizes the significance of a new descriptor of hybrid regimes, namely institutional supremacy. In the framework of his pursuit to demonstrate a "science of moral facts," This research applies a descriptive analysis of the goals of the judiciary's involvement in Pakistani politics.
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