Sixth Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan

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The VI Amendment (Sixth Amendment) to the Constitution of Pakistan, was adopted by the elected Parliament of Pakistan on December 22, 1976, under the government of Prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.[1] The VI Amendment stated that Chief Justice of Supreme Court will be retired at the age of 65 and a High Court honorable judge shall be retired at the age of 62.[1]

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Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who attains the age of sixty-five years before he has held that office for a term of five years may continue to hold that office until he has completed that term. Chief justice of the High Court who attains the age of sixty-two years before he has held that office for a term of five years may continue to hold that office until he has completed that term.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c GoPak, Government of Pakistan. "6th Amendment". The ELectronic Government of Pakistan. 

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