ISLAMABAD - A petition seeking cancellation of all decisions made by former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani after his disqualification effective from April 26, 2012, has been filed in the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The petition also sought the cancellation of Gilani’s diplomatic passport, and inclusion of his name in the Exit Control List. According to media reports, the petitioner argued that the federal budget for the financial year 2012-13 was also unlawful. In addition, the petitioner sought the cancellation of all ordinances passed on Gilani’s advice after April 26. This petition has been filed in the backdrop of a short order issued by the Supreme Court on June 19, according to which the seat of the Prime Minister of Pakistan had been vacant since April 26.