The following laws have been passed by Parliament of Pakistan in 2015:

  • 1) The Credit Bureaus Act 2015
  • 2) The Islamabad Capital Territory Local Government Act 2015
  • 3) The Seed (Amendment) Act 2015
  • 4) The Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils (Amendment) Act 2015
  • 5) The Finance Act 2015
  • 6) The Gas Infrastructure Development Cess Act 2015
  • 7) The Constitution (Twenty-first Amendment) Act 2015
  • 8) The Pakistan Army (Amendment) Act 2015

Pakistan mulls law to ban calling Muslims from other sects as kafir.

Seeking to combat growing sectarian violence, Pakistan today said it plans to bring a legislation to ban declaring Muslims of other sects as 'kafirs' or infidels. In a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the country's top civil-military leadership also approved a nationwide crackdown against financiers of sectarian violence that has claimed many lives in the past….. http://www.deccanherald.com/content/500272/pakistan-mulls-law-ban-calling.html

Senate adopts resolution seeking laws to review suo moto decisions.

The Senate on Monday unanimously adopted a resolution, moved by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Senator Farhatullah Babar, to enact laws providing the right to revise decisions taken by the Supreme Court in suo moto cases. There was no objection to the resolution from the treasury benches when Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani put it before the House, and it was thus unanimously adopted…. http://www.dawn.com/news/1206941/senate-adopts-resolution-seeking-laws-to-review-suo-moto-decisions

Pakistan suspends execution ordered by military court after legal challenge.

The execution of a civilian sentenced to death on terrorism charges by a military court in Pakistan was suspended on Tuesday, in a first challenge after the Supreme Court's approval of such hearings. Peshawar High Court halted the sentence, demanding to know from military and government officials more details on the basis on which Haider Ali was arrested as a 14-year-old in 2009 and later convicted, his lawyer, Malik Muhammad Ajmal, said.