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Contempt case: Supreme Court convicts PM Gilani



ISLAMANBAD: The Supreme Court (SC) has ruled that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is guilty of contempt for refusing to obey an order to write to the authorities in Switzerland to ask them to re-open corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, Geo News reported Thursday.

"For reasons to be recorded later, the prime minister is found guilty of contempt for wilfully flouting the direction of the Supreme Court," said Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk.

Prime Minister Gilani stood before the SC to hear the verdict in contempt case for not implementing the apex courtís ruling on the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO).

PM Gilani was punished till the rising of the court for violating Article 63 (1)(g) of the Constitution that states:

ďA person shall be disqualified from being elected or chosen as, and from being, a member of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament), if he has been convicted by a court of competent jurisdiction for propagating any opinion, or acting in any manner, prejudicial to the ideology of Pakistan, or the sovereignty, integrity or security of Pakistan, or morality, or the maintenance of public order, or the integrity or independence of the judiciary of Pakistan, or which defames or brings into ridicule the judiciary or the Armed Forces of Pakistan, unless a period of five years has elapsed since his release.Ē

A seven-member SC bench headed by Justice Nasirul Mulk on Tuesday reserved the judgment in the contempt case against PM Yousuf Raza Gilani and ruled that the verdict will be announced Thursday.

Gilani had faced a maximum sentence of six months in prison, but the court ordered him to be "imprisoned" until the hearing adjourned and he emerged shortly afterwards smiling and waving to supporters.

The question now is whether he will be disqualified from office, which would add to political instability in the country.

Under Pakistan's constitution anyone convicted of defaming or ridiculing the judiciary is barred from being an MP, but legal experts say the process to disqualify Gilani could be a lengthy one, involving the parliamentary speaker and the Election Commission.

"For reasons to be recorded later Prime Minister and chief executive Yousuf Raza Gilani is found guilty and convicted for contempt of court," Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk, the head of the seven-judge Supreme Court bench, said.

Mulk said the conviction was "likely to entail serious consequences" for Gilani, and this was taken in mitigation with regards to his sentence.

"He is therefore punished under section five of contempt of court ordinance with imprisonment till rising of the court," the judge said.

The case has been highly politically charged, with members of the government accusing judges of over-stepping their reach and of trying to bring down the prime minister and president, a year before the administration would become the first in Pakistan to complete an elected term.

The corruption allegations against Zardari date back to the 1990s, when he former premier Benazir Bhutto, are suspected of using Swiss bank accounts to launder about $12 million allegedly paid in bribes by companies seeking customs inspection contracts.

The Swiss shelved the cases in 2008 when Zardari became president and a prosecutor in Switzerland has said it will be impossible to re-open them as long as he remains head of state and so is immune from prosecution.

Prime Minister Gilani insisted the president has full immunity, but in December 2009 the Supreme Court overturned a political amnesty that had frozen investigations into the president and other politicians.

Gilani left the court amid a scrum of journalists and supporters from his Pakistan People's Party (PPP). Security was tight outside the court for the hearing, with around 200 riot police armed with shields and batons stationed outside and approaches closed to the public.
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30 seconds in custody

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Thursday was convicted of contempt of court and sentenced until the rising of the court, DawnNews reported.

A seven-judge bench of the court, headed by Justice Nasirul Mulk, announced the verdict in the contempt of court case.

The premier was convicted and sentenced under Article 63 (1) (g) of the constitution.

For reasons to be recorded later, the prime minister is found guilty of contempt for wilfully flouting the direction of the Supreme Court, said Justice Nasirul Mulk.

The sentencing lasted for 30 seconds. The prime minister remained standing for 30 seconds after the announcement of judgment. He could have been sentenced to a maximum sentence of six months in prison, but the court ordered him to be imprisoned until the hearing adjourned.

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Very good decision and very appropriate punishment, its interesrting the sentence was given under article 5 putting ball squarely in parliment court once again to show how democracyn shoudl work, now its upto parliment to remove PM if he refuses to resign and establish rule of law
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Very good decision and very appropriate punishment, its interesrting the sentence was given under article 5 putting ball squarely in parliment court once again to show how democracyn shoudl work, now its upto parliment to remove PM if he refuses to resign and establish rule of law
I heard it was article 3.
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u might be right still ball in parliment court so let the fun begins
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please tell me how this is a appropriate punishment??? its a joke of a punishment, supreme court has made a fool out of the Country.... hell I used to get more punishment when I used to get late for class
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please tell me how this is a appropriate punishment??? its a joke of a punishment, supreme court has made a fool out of the Country.... hell I used to get more punishment when I used to get late for class
lol...is se zyada severe punishment to PM ke moderators or admins de detay hain....3 day ban, 5 day ban, a week ban, a month ban...

Next time Afridi I want you to set a precedent, when anyone is acting foul...convict them of misbehaving and ban them for 30 seconds. Just like our SC....smh
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Yaar max punishment was 6 months, so u want PM in jail? Sharam waloon ke liye ye he kafi and dun matter months or 30 seconds he is now convicted. That was the idea. haan tum keh sakte hoo baqool ghalib

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A very sensible article but sane Talat Hussain
Sign of things to come – The Express Tribune

The Supreme Court has spoken and the government does not like what it has heard. That is obvious and to be expected. Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has been found guilty of the rather serious charge of wilfully flouting the orders of the Court, which the honourable judges have found to be a substantial offence, one that brings into disrepute the dignity and the esteem of the Court.

Regardless of the myriad interpretations of the law and the finer points of the Constitution that are being used to justify the prime minister’s continuation in office, the fact remains that he is now a convict. No amount of influence-peddling and chest-thumping will change this rather sad fact. Besides tainting his name, and providing grounds for putting a full stop to his active political career, the conviction has raised question marks about Mr Gilani’s ability to conduct himself as the chief executive and the leader of the house.

The Court had the option of awarding the prime minister maximum punishment, but that itself would have only provided more fire to the hyper critics of the judiciary and reinforced their opinion that it has a clear bias against the PPP. Instead, the minimum sentence was chosen — till the rising of the Court — even though the substance of the verdict has the same effect as a more stringent punishment would have highlighted.
That is smart handling of a delicate issue. However, a politically divided environment has not registered this nuanced side of the verdict. As the news of the prime minister’s conviction was beamed, prearranged protest meetings were held in already decided pockets. Effigies of the judges were burnt in Multan. In Sindh, the reaction was similar.

This is a sign of things to come. The PPP has made up its mind that it will take the battle with the judiciary to the next level, regardless of the consequences. The tradition of delaying implementation of judicial verdicts or forever finding ways to wriggle out of the responsibility of preserving the letter and spirit of these decisions now looks set to be pursued directly by the prime minister himself under the over-arching umbrella of support provided by President Asif Ali Zardari.
There is little reason to be hopeful that in the coming days the judiciary’s esteem will be factored in the political assessments of the performance and conduct of the judges. The persons and the office of the judges will be put through the shredder in a tragic re-enactment of the days of General (retd) Pervez Musharraf when pouring scorn on the judges and foul mouthing them in public was the centrepiece of a deliberate strategy.

This will further fracture an already shaken system, whose one pillar, the executive, is now pitted against the other, the judiciary. For the opposition, primarily the PML-N and the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, this means decision time. Both these parties have promised, but delayed, direct action against the government for quite some time. For one reason or the other, they have trundled along with a government that they have criticised bitterly but have not really taken up arms against. It would be difficult to postpone that action anymore, especially if the government continues on the path of wilful defiance and deliberate ridicule of the judges that they think are manifestly prejudiced against them.
That could mean the final showdown: with elections just around the corner and parties looking for causes to champion, this might turn out to be a battle that may be far more consequential than most of us are able to appreciate at the moment. Of course, this shaken system of ours does not have to go through these new convulsions if the government gulps down this bitter pill of the prime minister’s conviction and winds down from the path of a head-on collision. There is nothing indispensable about the prime minister, especially if the party in power and its allies still command the numbers in the house to get another man in. However, that is the rational course of action, which has been the path least taken by those at the helm of affairs.
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Yaar max punishment was 6 months, so u want PM in jail? Sharam waloon ke liye ye he kafi and dun matter months or 30 seconds he is now convicted. That was the idea. haan tum keh sakte hoo baqool ghalib

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ofcourse i want him in Jail for 6 months, he has ruined this country, hell I want him in Jail for life
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1st of all everyone has ruined in this country, is hamam main sab nange hain calm down man and do reas Talat article to get some perspective.
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Just watched Talat interview with miyaan sahib and IK

Miyaan sahib: is unequivocal that PM is not PM anymore yet he wants to talk with opposition and wants to kinda make grand alliance basically wants to secure enuff seats to stay in power. Still has to call party ijlas on how to deal with convicted PM. So far good, but some action is desperately needed.

IK: wants to wait for appeal process to complete, now this is one moronic statement, once convicted there is no moral ground for Gilani to stay as PM, he can persue appeal on his own leisure as long as he steps down from PM immediately. He is not accused anymore he is a convict.

Time and again IK show the lack of political acumen, this is the time for both Miyyan sahib and IK to have a joint effort with all opposition parties and try to persuade MQM on one point agenda, PM must steps down. No alliance no nothing just one point agenda that PM must step down

unfortnuately opposition has no political sense and can't guide anyone.
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o yaaro is ko beshak 30 sec jail ho ya 6 month. yeh bohat besharm hai isko fark nahi parta. leken 30 sec bohat kam hain, kamzekam isko ban kar dena chahye tha ke ainda elections mein hissa nahi le sakay. leken 30 sec. ki saza ki waja se yeh mujrim ban gaya hai.
wese mujhe to lagta tha ke isko koi saza nahi milay gi, leken yeh mujrim hai, yeh sabat ho gaya hai abh aur isliye next elections par PPP ke voters aur kam ho gay....
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Miyaan sahib: is unequivocal that PM is not PM anymore yet he wants to talk with opposition and wants to kinda make grand alliance basically wants to secure enuff seats to stay in power. Still has to call party ijlas on how to deal with convicted PM. So far good, but some action is desperately needed.

IK: wants to wait for appeal process to complete, now this is one moronic statement, once convicted there is no moral ground for Gilani to stay as PM, he can persue appeal on his own leisure as long as he steps down from PM immediately. He is not accused anymore he is a convict.

Time and again IK show the lack of political acumen, this is the time for both Miyyan sahib and IK to have a joint effort with all opposition parties and try to persuade MQM on one point agenda, PM must steps down. No alliance no nothing just one point agenda that PM must step down

unfortnuately opposition has no political sense and can't guide anyone.
why would imran khan join forces with miyyan sahab that would undermine everything he has worked for since he started rallying. absolutely not. he needs to wait for sharrif and zardari to politically assasinate each other, and he'll be there to pick up the pieces. this has been his strategy all along, and i see no reason why he should change that now. if he allies with nawaz sharrif, he loses whatever credibility he's estabilished up to this point.
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why would imran khan join forces with miyyan sahab that would undermine everything he has worked for since he started rallying. absolutely not. he needs to wait for sharrif and zardari to politically assasinate each other, and he'll be there to pick up the pieces. this has been his strategy all along, and i see no reason why he should change that now. if he allies with nawaz sharrif, he loses whatever credibility he's estabilished up to this point.
Jigz m not saying they should have alliance or election alliance just saying one point agenda, Gilani should resign he is a convict and new elections. It has nothing to do with joining hands, Right now Gilani has tro resign for supremacy of law
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