The Supreme Court has rejected a petition to form a full court to hear petitions challenging the military trials of civilians. The decision was made by a six-member bench of the court. During the hearing, it was mentioned that a full court would not be available until September. This comes after an application was filed by members of civil society requesting a full court to adjudicate on constitutional and legal questions. The application highlighted statements made by politicians and sitting ministers questioning the legitimacy of the bench. It also noted that two members of the bench had suggested forming a full court. The background to this case involves petitions filed by former chief justice Jawwad S Khawaja, senior lawyer Chaudhry Aitzaz Ahsan, PTI Chairman Imran Khan, and civil society members. These petitions aim to challenge the legality of military trials for civilians arrested during the May 9 and 10 protests. The protests resulted in damage to military and state installations.
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