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Senate Chairman Mian Raza Rabbani on Friday termed the accord reached between political parties on the revival of military courts unfortunate, fearing that the term of extension might go beyond 2019.
While chairing Friday’s session, he pointed out that two bills pertaining to military courts had been passed in 2015, yet two years later, the country found itself back to square one.
He said the Senate’s Committee of the Whole had taken steps before the cut-off date for military courts mentioned in the sunset clause of the Army Act 2015 and the Constitutional Amendment Act 2015, and had unanimously passed two bills on Jan 18, 2016.
Mr Rabbani has been a strong opponent of military courts and was moved to tears on Jan 7, 2015 after voting on the 21st Constitutional Amendment to set up military courts in the country.
Raza Rabbani might be right on issue of military courts and his opposition as a democratic leader can be understood, but the question is that why Raza Rabbani’s morality and democratic norms become dead when it comes to corruption their leader Mr. Asif Ali Zardari?
Why he is silent on PPP’s dynastic politics? Why doesn’t he speak about poor civilian justice system which has no power to hang terrorists?