Tag Archives: FIA

Why Pakistan Must Punish Key Players of its Sugar and Wheat Crisis

Prime Minister Imran Khan must hold people involved in wheat and sugar scandal accountable. The culprits are members of the ruling party or its coalition partners, because their monetary gains aside, these people have harmed their own government and party politically, argues one analyst.

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For Whom The Bell Tolls

Nawaz Sharif's trial is an acid test of justice, can Pakistan afford vacillation when the damning facts have been counterchecked and confirmed many times over? Having been economical with the truth, Sharif has a problem exercising his moral authority and/or credibility to govern.

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An Open Letter to Pakistan’s Interior Minister

Why should citizens feel safe if state agencies don’t adhere to the rule of law, particularly when their functionaries assume the role of robber barons and ask for a price?

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Pakistan: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Facing revelations of money-laundering that have not as yet been credibly explained, Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is “prima facie” guilty until proven innocent. He must do the right thing while he can, tomorrow might be too late.

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‘Panamanian’ Epidemic

With the camouflage of democracy being openly used to deliberately criminalize society, should one blindly but selectively adhere to the “Constitution” in which corruption does not matter, asks one Pakistani analyst about the emerging political crisis in the South Asian nation following emergence of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family name in the Panama leaks.

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Pakistan: Combating the Financing of Terrorism

Taxation revenues will only improve if Pakistan uses its existing financial transaction mechanism laws properly, which will choke flow of funds for terrorist financing. The country has the laws, the need is to strengthen and implement them.

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