Is Pakistan moving towards the presidential system?

Islamabad: The nation has been strongly responding to the failure of the parliamentary system in Pakistan. As a result of that, Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmad will be convening a bench to discuss implementing the presidential system. 

According to reports, there has been a strong reaction to the failure of the parliamentary system in Pakistan and its resulting problems. As such, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court for reformation. In light of that, Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed will be constituting a bench upon the request of a key figure.

The bench will discuss implementing the presidential system across the country.

Details state that the three-member bench will be headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandyal and will be heard on September 27. The other two members of the bench are Justice Mansoor Ali Shah and Justice Munib Akhtar.

It should be noted that four persons including Ahmed Raza Kasuri have filed petitions regarding the implementation of the presidential system.

According to sources, generally, the people are in favor of the presidential system, but some political parties, whose leaders fear the loss of their control, are opposing it.

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