From 1947 to 2018 the following 12th President of Pakistan has held the office of Prime Minister of Pakistan.
|Maj. Gen. Sikander Ali Mirza||Mar. 23, 1956||Oct. 27, 1958|
|Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan||Oct. 27, 1958||Mar. 25, 1969|
|Gen. Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan2||Mar. 25, 1969||Dec. 20, 1971|
|Mr. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto3||Dec. 20,1971||Aug. 13, 1973|
|Chaudhary Faza Elahi||Aug. 13,1973||Sect. 16, 1978|
|Gen. Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq||Sept. 16,1978||Aug. 17,1988|
|Mr. Ghulam Ishaq Khan||Aug 17, 1988||July 18, 1993|
|Sardar Farooq Ahmad Khan Leghari||Nov. 14,1993||Dec. 2,1997|
|Justice (R) M. Rafiq Tarar||Jan. 1,1998||June 20, 2001|
|General Pervez Musharraf||June 20, 2001||Aug. 18, 2008|
|Muhammad’Mian Soomro (Acting)||Aug. 18, 2008||Sept. 9, 2008|
|Asif Ali Zardari||Sept. 9, 2008||Sept. 8, 2013|
|Mamnoon Hussain||Sept. 9, 2013|
The Responsibility of Presidents of Pakistan:
The President is kept posted by the Prime Minister of Pakistan on all affair of inclosed and foreign policy, as well as all legislatorial proposals. The Constitution vestment the President with the powers of bestowing forgiveness, reprieves, and the direct of the infantry; however, all appointments at higher commands of the soldiery must be made by the President on an “order and requirement” base, upon pourparler and approval from the Prime Minister. In the title, the Constitution disallows the President from practice the authority of running the direction.
The presiding is indirectly elected by the Parliament of Pakistan through the Electoral College for a five-year word. The Constitution claims the President to be a “Muslim of not less than forty-five years of age”. The President abide in a wagon in Islamabad given as Aiwan-e-Sadar (Presidential Palace). There has been a entire of 13 Presidents. In the absence of the President, the Senate Chairman capture over as the Acting President until the President resumes function, or the by-election for the next President is held.
In addition, the President is also a civil commander-in-chieftain of the military, with Chairman join chiefs being its chief militia adviser to support the direct of the military. After a thorough seal comes from the Prime Minister, the President verify the judicious appointments in the national court system. In increase, the Constitution permits the President to allow pardons, reprieves, and clemency in circumstances recommended to him by the executive and the judiciary. The President himself has an absolute constitutional exemption from traitor and civil proceedings, and no proceedings can be originated or continued against him during the limit of his office.
From 2000 until 2009, the President was the prolocutor of the National Security Council who had authority and superintendence over the nuclear and strategic arsenals; however, the chairmanship and the powers transferred back to Prime Minister. Furthermore, the presidential powers have way declinate with Pakistan’s regulation reversed to a parliamentary democratic republic