He said the second, three-judge bench, which was headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, had “transgressed” the earlier ruling by disquali-fying the prime minister with retrospective effect.While the Supreme Court disposed of the issue last week by withdrawing a contempt notice against Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf after the law minister informed it that Swiss authorities had received a court-approved letter asking them to disregard a June 22, 2008 charge-withdrawing letter sent to them by then attorney general Malik Mohammad Qayyum, the bill only provided a partial remedy to a big blow received by the PPP by the disqualification of a prime minister that the house had vowed to defend.Mr Naek noted that the PML-N had not objected to a similar protection given to post-Oct 4, 2007 actions of the government or a regulator of trade organisations while unanimously passing another government bill shortly before to provide for the registration and regulation of trade organisations in place of a 2007 ordinance and said he wondered why an objection was raised to the second bill.

He added that given the pressure on locals of fasting during Ramadan, this was "great news for all".

Pakistan shares a 2,200-kilometer- (1,375 mile-) long porous border with Afghanistan.

This resort attracts mostly jet-setters, celebrities, golf players and richer people.

There is always something going on here, so it is always fun place to be.

Vilamoura is also a home of one large casino, which offers plenty of entertainment and live music shows in the evenings.

In Vilamoura you will also find a shooting range, tennis and riding schools, a cinema and a bowling club.

For the families there is a family golf park where you can relax and play mini-golf.

Visiting the Aquashow in the nearby town of Quarteira is also fun for the families, and there you will find the largest wave pool in Portugal.

Zahid Hamid, the party’s top legal expert in the house, said such a move would have no constitutional validity and would be contrary to the Supreme Court’s criterion for validation because some of those actions could have been unconstitutional or illegal even if Mr Gilani were not disqualified as prime minister.