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|January 7, 2015
||Constitution (Twenty First Amendment) Act, 2015 is now in effect after Presidential assent. The text of the Constitution has been updated.
|January 6, 2015
||Constitution (Twenty First Amendment) Bill, 2015 - passed by the National Assembly and Senate on January 6, 2015. The text of the Constitution will be updated once the President's Assent has been received.
|October 5, 2014
||Pakistan Penal Code updated with all amendments to-date. The last amendment was the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2012 (XXIII of 2002), with effect from December 3, 2012.
|May 10, 2013
||Auto-generation of HTML content from XML using XSLT. Improved accuracy and better navigation with footnotes appearing on the same page as the text.
|February 8, 2013
||Constitution (Twentieth) Amendment Act, 2012 - assented to by the President on Feburary 28, 2012. The text of the Constitution has been updated to reflect this amendment. Pakistani.org apologizes for the long delay.
|January 1, 2011
||Constitution (Nineteenth) Amendment Act, 2010 - assented to by the President on January 1, 2011. The text of the Constitution has been updated to reflect this amendment.
|December 30, 2010
||Constitution (Nineteenth) Amendment Bill, 2010 - passed by the Senate on December 30, 2010.
|December 22, 2010
||Sections 11, 25, 28 and 29 of the Protection of Women (Criminal Laws Amendment) Act, 2006 have been struck down by the Federal Shariat Court. The Federal Government has been given until June 22, 2011 to bring these sections into conformance as determined by the court until which point they remain operative. The declaration part of the judgment is available here. See Dawn's report (which erroneously states that three sections were struck down as opposed to the correct number which is four).
|December 22, 2010
||Constitution (Nineteenth) Amendment Bill, 2010 - passed by the National Assembly on December 22, 2010.
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