How India and Pakistan differ on key constitutional questions

By Faizan Mustafa, 21 August
photo credit: Jack Zalium/flickr
photo credit: Jack Zalium/flickr
In his first address to the nation after taking oath Saturday, Prime Minister Imran Khan promised a “naya Pakistan” that would follow “the path envisioned by Jinnah and Iqbal”. Jinnah saw Pakistan as a liberal and democratic nation state with equal rights for all citizens, rather than an orthodox Islamic state. As Pakistan begins a new experiment in constitutional democracy, how does its national experience differ from India’s with regard to key aspects of government and law?
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