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Babar Sattar
Babar Sattar

The writer is a lawyer based in Islamabad.

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  • June 16, 2018

    Lost in interpretation

    The good news for students of law and the constitution, struggling to find consistency and coherence in the Supreme Court’s recent jurisprudence...

  • June 09, 2018

    The conundrum

    Let’s consider three scenarios. In the first, the PML-N loses and the PTI wins and form the government. In the second, the PML-N wins and forms...

  • May 19, 2018

    Trotting out traitors

    Nawaz Sharif is no imbecile. To say that he was tricked into an interview where he let his mouth run is to deny him agency. But that’s our...

  • May 12, 2018

    Limits of court powers?

    Concerns about the Supreme Court’s renewed and ardent enthusiasm for its suo-motu powers and the manner of their exercise under Chief Justice...

  • May 05, 2018

    With us or against us?

    Pakistan could use a vacation. The environment all around has become so cynical that it is almost toxic. There are a few grand assumptions that are...

  • April 28, 2018

    Another bites the dust

    Half the country will celebrate Khawaja Asif’s disqualification as a move that will help cleanse the Augean stables. The other half will see it as...

  • April 21, 2018

    Text and its spirit

    The Supreme Court’s decision clarifying that disqualification under Article 62 would be lifetime is neither extraordinary nor unexpected. A...

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