AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON THE CONSTITUTION OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN
Pakistan's political and constitutional history has been a mystery for many years. The country's political progress has been severely hampered by exceptional political crises, security challenges, and failures of domestic and foreign policies. The political system was dominated by bureaucratic-military elites, according to historical underpinnings. They had a symbiotic connection with feudal rulers who were willing to embrace the policy of playing second fiddle. To consolidate control, the military and bureaucracy colluded to restructure the political system and bring constitutional amendments. On the other hand, the political parties were unable to capitalize upon political power. They were resistant to resolving political concerns, and as a result, they constantly contributed to the strengthening of extra-constitutional forces. Other issues that inhibited political progress included an inefficient accountability system, insufficient judicial organization, and socioeconomic backwardness. This paper attempts to reveal the historical analysis of political and constitutional development and how those developments had impacted the political system of Pakistan. It also tries to examine as to which government which be suited best for the smooth functioning of Pakistan’s government.