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unfitness that bars you from participation

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the act of preventing someone from participating by finding them unqualified

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As a consequence, it is declared that any person who suffers from lack of qualification under Article 62 or disqualification under Article 63 of the Constitution is debarred from holding the position of 'party head' by whatever name called and prohibited from exercising any of the powers provided in Article 63-A of the Constitution, as 'party head' or any other power in the said capacity under any law, rule, regulation, statute, instrument or document of any political party.
SC throws out disqualification plea against PM Abbasi
Islamabad -- Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Thursday acknowledged it was a difficult task to explain Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution, while Advocate Asma Jahangir argued that disqualification under Article 62 (1)(f) should not be more than five years.
Whereas the second set of disqualifications is based on the previous conduct of the individual, the counsel contended, adding that the second category of disqualification, prior to the 18th Amendment, was of a permanent nature.
Both articles 62 and 63 lay down the qualifications and disqualifications for a member of parliament.
The disqualifications prevent Mr Ayres, Mr Childs and Mr Cooney from directly or indirectly becoming involved in the promotion, formation or management of a company for the duration of their disqualification terms.
Estrada's acceptance of the absolute pardon removed the disqualifications arising under Section 40 of the Local Government Code in relation to Section 12 of the Omnibus Election Code.
Sources said the law ministry was of the view that amendment to the election law would be possible only after amending Articles 102 and 191 of the Constitution to empower Parliament to lay down the qualification of MPs and MLAs apart from disqualifications.
And he added that much more could have been done to brief prosecution teams about their ability to seek disqualifications and the desirability of actually doing so.
INGLEWOOD - Under fire from bettors and horsemen since a summer of debatable disqualifications at Del Mar, California racetrack stewards received an unusual suggestion recently.
Over the past five years, the number of UK company directors that have faced disqualification orders has remained fairly consistent at over 1,700, however, over the last year director disqualifications have dropped to a five-year-low reaching 1,527.
CPAs working in this area should be aware of the regulations' complexities; even minor errors or omissions can lead to penalties, tax liabilities or plan disqualifications.
The interpretation will help end the controversy about the quantum of punishment by answering whether the disqualifications of a number of lawmakers are for life or time specific.
The horses seeking vital earnings in Saturday's final round of Derby preps could fall victim to disqualifications or traffic trouble.
This was compared with fewer than 400 disqualifications for the whole of 1994.