Civics

Discuss advisory functions of Supreme Court.


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The Supreme Court has an advisory jurisdiction in offering its opinion any question of law or fact of public importance as may be referred to it for consideration by the President. This role is exercised under Article 143 of the Constitution. This advice, however, is not binding on the President. 
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