Tag Archives: NAB

Pakistan: Bringing Thieves to Justice

Pakistan's current accountability drive is necessary not only to put its economy on a healthier track and try to bring stolen money back but also to punish corruption and the corrupt and bring back justice into society.

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Pakistan: Above the Law

The reference against Pakistan's two justices of the higher judiciary will have to prove their worth during the course they will have to take. But an important signpost has been erected by this reference, namely that nobody can claim to be above the law and laws apply to each and everybody.

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Why Pakistan’s Accountability Czar is Target of Hybrid Warfare?

Pakistan is increasingly finding itself in the middle of a hybrid war that is fought not only with means of promoting terrorism in our country but by using and launching fake news, by embellishing true facts with exaggeration and false flag operations.

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Pakistan: NAB Destroying Faith in Accountability?

How can a watchdog arrest, detain, handcuff individuals or clamp down on businesses, including health facilities, without quantifying the extent of crime first?

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Protecting Pakistan’s Accountability Process

The country's corrupt and the powerful would like nothing better than to either dismantle the accountability office and/or make it as toothless as possible so that they can keep on looting the nation with impunity.

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Defending Corruption is Anti-State and Unconstitutional

Accountability is fundamentally flawed when nepotism at the highest reaches of government and society emasculates the political will to root out corruption.

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Spreading Falsehood and Distorting Facts

While Pakistan’s anti-corruption authorities may have enough evidence to bring the powerful involved in massive corruption to justice, but what should the law do with those who deliberately spread false stories to enable the corrupt to escape justice?

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Pakistan’s NAB ‘Effective’ Again

By carrying out self-accountability Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau will become symbolically far more credible, by doing so it will become effective against corruption as it was meant to be.

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Pakistan: Mutiny by the Blue-eyed

Those who plot against the state and resort to mutiny must never be allowed to remain in government for even one day. The crime against an individual can be condoned but anything against the state tantamounts to destroying the whole edifice and razing it to ground, Pakistan will head into anarchy if action is not taken immediately.

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Will Elections be Delayed in Pakistan?

Instead of making the elections controversial and adding to Pakistan’s problems, elections should be deferred with consultations among all stakeholders. This delay will also allow elongation of the Senate’s life for a short time.

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