Here is everything you need to know about the laws governing public inquiry commissions


Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The federal government is bound under the Pakistan Commissions of Inquiry Act, 2017 to make public the final or interim report of public inquires within thirty days of the submission of the report to the government, reported The News on Saturday. However, the law says the commission may, in public interest, recommend to the government that all, or any part of its final or interim report, may not be made public.