Full of questions - The News International

For a judgment that is so sweeping in its effects – forcing the removal of a sitting prime minister – it seems it was based on very narrow grounds. This is the conclusion that many legal commentators seem to have reached after former prime minister ...

What's Next: Aug 1, 2017 - The Straits Times

Shahbaz Sharif, Chief Minister of Punjab Province, gestures after appearing before a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) in Islamabad, Pakistan on June 17, 2017. PHOTO: REUTERS. Published. 3 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet ...

In line with SC judgment: NAB to file references against Sharifs by Sep 8 - The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: The country's top corruption watchdog will file four separate references against the deposed prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, his three children, son-in-law, and former finance minister by September 8. In its July 28 landmark judgment in the ...

Papers filed for Pak interim PM - Gulf Today

ISLAMABAD: Six candidates on Monday filed their nomination papers for the Pakistan interim prime minister's election to be held on Tuesday, the National Assembly (NA) secretariat's officials said. The opposition failed to agree on one nominee, with ...

Exit Nawaz - Greater Kashmir

Supreme Court of Pakistan's verdict causing Nawaz Sharif's exit may have a wider impact than being Pak-specific. It is already causing ripples across subcontinental divide. While the verdict is being debated in political and legal circles in Pakistan ...

Timeline: Events Leading up to Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's Ouster - Yahoo India News

The prime minister's fall follows revelations in the so-called "Panama Papers" last year, which revealed Sharif's family had bought posh London apartments through offshore companies. More. Islamabad: Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigned on ...

'Article 62 and 63 shouldn't be repealed, will accept if disqualified' - DunyaNews Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan supported the Article 62 and 63 in the constitution, adding that he will accept if the apex court disqualifies him in London flat case. In an interview with Kamran Shahid, ...

With Sharif's Ouster, Pakistan Takes a Step Backward - American Enterprise Institute

Unlike most countries in South Asia, the Islamic republic won't allow democracy to take root. View related content: Asia, Foreign and Defense Policy, India/Afghanistan/Pakistan. As Pakistan approaches the 70th anniversary of its founding next month, it ...