Justice Qazi Faez Isa, the head of a three-member judicial commission tasked with investigating alleged audio leaks, has halted the proceedings following a Supreme Court order to do so. The federal government formed the commission on 20 May to investigate audio leaks that raised concerns about the independence of the judiciary. The Supreme Court suspended the commission’s proceedings on 28 May, as well as the government’s notification of its appointment and the implementation of the commission’s order to conduct open hearings and make its findings public. During the hearing, Justice Isa cited the Supreme Court’s “judicial order” while stopping the meeting and said the commission will issue a written order for the day’s proceedings. The Supreme Court has also issued notices to respondents, including the Attorney General for Pakistan, asking them to assist the court.
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