Government of Pakistan

The Government of Pakistan, otherwise known as the Pakistan Government), is a federal government constitutionally established by the Constitution of Pakistan as a centralized governing authority of the four provinces of a proclaimed and an established parliamentary democratic republic, constitutionally called the State of Pakistan.

Order of operations is compromised upon three branches of government: the executive, legislature, and the judiciary. The executive branch is headed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, who is a chief executive (Head of Government) and exercise his or/ her power on officers subordinated to him or/ her.
The President of Pakistan is merely a figurehead and Head of State who is a civilian commander-in-chief of Pakistan Armed Forces, holds a ceremonial powers to fulfill the constitutional requirements; President's appointment and tenure is a dependent, constitutionally, on Prime Minister’s term. The Parliament (Legislature) consisted a lower house (National Assembly) and the upper house (Senate), as well as the President. The Judicial branch consisted a Supreme Court as its apex, five provisional high courts, numerous other district courts and specially designated anti-terrorism court, Sharia court and the Green court.
The Electoral College is composed of the Senate, the National Assembly, and the four Provincial Assemblies has right to choose a President, through indirect elections, for a five-year term. The Prime Minister is a supreme leader of the majority party (or director of the coalition government) in the National Assembly and is assisted by a cabinet of ministers drawn from both chambers of the Parliament.