|Nom:||The Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010 (Act X of 2010).|
|Type de loi:||Loi|
|Entry into force:|
|Bibliographie:||Legislation on-line National Assembly of Pakistan PDF (consulté le 2011-11-03)
|Résumé/Citation:||Repeals the Legal Framework Order, 2002 (Chief Executive's Order No. 24 of 2002), the Legal Framework (Amendment) Order, 2002 (Chief Executive's Order No. 29 of 2002) and the Legal Framework (Second Amendment) Order, 2002 (Chief Executive's Order No. 32 of 2002) as well as the Constitution (Seventeenth Amendment) Act, 2003.
In particular, the 18th amendment abolishes the Concurrent List, which allowed the federal and provincial governments to simultaneously promulgate the legislation in relation to Trade Union Industrial and Labour Disputes, welfare of labour, condition of the Labour etc. With the abolition of the concurrent list, only for the Provincial Government are constitutionally entitled to draft legislation in relation to Trade Unions and Industrial and Labour Disputes (See sections 75, 96 and 101).
In addition, the Act amends article 106 concerning the establishment and functioning of Provincial Assemblies. There are four in total, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (which before the amendment was known as the North West Frontier Province), Punjab and Sindh.