Ninth Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan

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The Ninth Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan (Urdu: آئین پاکستان میں نویں ترمیم) would have imposed sharia law as the supreme law of the land by amending Article 2, 203B and 203D of the Constitution of Pakistan.[1]

The Senate passed the bill and sent it to the National Assembly on 7 August 1986. Wasim Sajjad, the Minister for Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, referred the bill to committee. The committee was supposed to submit a report regarding the proposed amendment within 30 days but before the report could be presented, the National Assembly was dissolved and the bill lapsed.[2]

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  1. ^ "09th Amendment Bill | The Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 Developed by Zain Sheikh". Pakistanconstitutionlaw.com. Retrieved 2014-02-26.
  2. ^ "List Amendments in the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973". Nationalassembly.tripod.com. Retrieved 2014-02-26.

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