1 of 2007" which, unconstitutionally and unlawfully, empowered the President to amend the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 from time to time and he also suspended the Fundamental Rights enshrined in Articles 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 19 and 25 of the Constitution and he thereby subverted
the Constitution and thus committed the offence of high treason punishable under section 2 of the High Treason (Punishment) Act, 1973 (Act LXVIII of 1973), which is within the jurisdiction of the Special Court established under section 4 of The Criminal Law Amendment (Special Courts) Act, 1976 (XVII of 1976).
The President pointed out that the country's development was hampered when the Constitution was subverted
on July 5, 1977 and in 1999.
Engineer Jameel in the petition had narrated all those facts and stories in details that how shabby Musharraf and its 481 collaborators disgraced and subverted
Small wonder our country's plight overall, since the democratic governance which served us so well, so long, is now so subverted
Thus the function of a tool of precision, the stencil, is subverted
Subtly, inexorably, a whole population was subverted
to a debased moral philosophy.
The rise of the sunset illustrates how legislators have subverted
their own attempts at self control.
For roughly a century, at least since the "progressive" era of the 1890s and early 1900s, the judiciary has artfully subverted
our constitutional system through the use of a doctrine called "substantive due process.
That kind of attempt to "get rid of undesirables," says Dinges, comes from a sense that the faith is being subverted
or polluted from within.
A heavy masonry wall hovers over a transparent base; the usual progression in a building of mass to lightness, dark to light is completely subverted
The priesthood scandal shows clearly that the opening of an institution to large numbers of homosexuals, far from strengthening norms of sexual restraint, has subverted
the norms themselves.
Any melodramatic impulses or sentiment is subverted
by stoic pragmatism.