ISLAMABAD Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president Qazi Muhammad Anwar said that Law Ministry had committed sheer contempt of court as the court had asked the ministry to prepare a summary in view of its (SC) ruling but it did not comply with the orders. He was talking to TheNation here on Thursday. SCBA former president Hamid Khan told this scribe that the Supreme Court ruling regarding the Swiss cases was not against the constitution. He said it sounded as if the whole face of law was being changed to save one person (President Zardari). While talking to this newspaper, noted legal expert SM Zafar said the Supreme Court had questioned the authority of that person who closed the Swiss cases against President Zardari. He said the Attorney General was not authorised to close any corruption case or take any decision in this regard. He said the apex court had asked about the status of the cases that had been disposed of earlier as the AG had not authority over it. When contacted, Justice (r) Wajihuddin Ahmad said the apex court was entitled to deal with the Swiss cases in anyway it wants. The court, while hearing a suo motu case against non-implementation of its (SC) December 16, 2009 verdict, declaring the NRO as ultra-vires to certain provisions of the constitution, on Tuesday had directed Law Secretary Masood Chishti to ensure moving of summary to the prime minister for reopening of Swiss cases and submit compliance report. We have to ensure implementation of the apex court judgments in letter and spirit, the Chief Justice had noted. The summary would also be submitted before the Supreme Court today (Friday).