| GEO Pakistan|
| SC verdict will end dictatorship: attorney general|
| Updated at: 1049 PST, Friday, July 31, 2009|
ISLAMABAD: The hearing of the case of appointment of ad hoc judges in Sindh High Court is underway in Supreme Court.
Attorney General Latif Khosa has completed his argument before 14-member bench of Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Ifitkhar Muhammad Chaudhry.
In his arguments, attorney general said that the court's expected verdict in the case would write a new history in Pakistan and will end the "shadows of dictatorship" from the country. Government has not accepted former president Pervez Musharraf as constitutional president. Today’s verdict will change the views of masses.
Attorney general has informed the apex court that 37 ordinances were issued after November 3. The fate of these ordinances should be leave to parliament.
Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry has directed to provide list of ordinances and asked to tell how many ordinances should be retained.
In his remarks, chief justice said we want to make parliament stronger and supremacy of constitution and no leniency will be given in this connection.
“ We will not deliver any such verdict which will create chaos in the country,” chief justice added.