Remember Kulbhushan Jadhav? He's the Indian citizen convicted and sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court in a case that went to the International Court of Justice four years ago because of a denial of consular access. He's back in the news, as Pakistan's National Assembly has finally gotten around to enacting legislation affording him a right to appeal his conviction. It's complicated -- and must have been a rowdy scene in the legislature. The measure now goes to the Senate.