Government of Pakistan, is a federal government established by the Constitution as a centralized governing authority of the four provinces and established parliamentary democratic republic, constitutionally called the State of Pakistan. The order of operations constitutes: Executive, Legislature Judiciary.
The executive branch is headed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan who is a chief executive and exercises his or her power on officers subordinate to him or her. The President of Pakistan is merely a figurehead and Head of State who is a civilian commander-in-chief of the Pakistan Armed Forces and holds ceremonial powers to fulfill the constitutional requirements. The Parliament consists of National Assembly Senate, as well as the President. The judicial branch consists of a Supreme Court, five provisional high courts, numerous other district courts a specially designated anti-terrorism court, a Sharia court, and the Green Court.
Directory of Government Departments in Pakistan, Government of Pakistan, index of Government websites including Authorities, Boards, Bureaus, Legal Departments, Military, Ministries.
The Establishment Division is the administrative arm of the Federal Government, empowered under Schedule I of the Rules of Business 1973 to, inter alia, regulate all matters of general applicability to various Occupational Groups in public service.
The National Assembly of Pakistan is the country's sovereign legislative body. It embodies the will of the people to let themselves be governed under the democratic, multi-party Federal Parliamentary System.