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But Glenn, speaking following a meeting of the IFAB (International Football Association Board), football's global law-making body, in Zurich, rejected the comparison.
The game's law-making body the International Football Association Board (IFAB) decided to pilot VAR in 2016 and tomorrow is expected to say those experiments have been a success and formally approve its use at a vote in Zurich.
Members of Parliament have called for increase of Parliament budget to enable the law-making body to discharge its mandate effectively.
Football's law-making body IFAB is expected to decide on Saturday whether to authorise its use on a permanent basis and Infantino has said that, if VAR is approved, FIFA will use it at this year's World Cup in Russia.
The CJP said that parliament is the supreme law-making body, but if it makes a bad law, there is need to establish this as a fact through constitutional provisions.
The five members of football's law-making body, the International Football Association Board (IFAB), are gathering at FIFA's headquarters in Switzerland for their annual business meeting.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief JusAtice Mian Saqib Nisar began the new year by reiterating the supremacy of parliament as the top-most law-making body in the country, and said that courts should stay away from its jurisdiction.
In a joint statement, the FA, FA of Wales, Irish FA and Scottish FA said they "welcome the clarification" on "what can and cannot be worn on players' shirts" which was issued by the game's law-making body the International Football Association Board last month.
Trials of temporary dismissals were approved at a meeting of law-making body the International Football Association Board (IFAB) in March and each national association was given discretion on whether to use sin bins for all cautions or just some.
They were of the view that the HEC has its role as facilitator not at all a regulator or law-making body or an administrator controlling all the activities of the universities.
According to Jose Jaime Salvador Corpuz, who wrote the book, Mohon, Mga Bulakenyong Biyaya ng Kasaysayan, Pilapil was born in 1759 in San Jose village and was a doctor of theology and a representative to the law-making body, the Spanish Cortes.
Even if many congressional delegates had to be appointed instead of elected, that law-making body is a historic milestone we should all be proud of.