Panama Leaks Papers Pakistan

Panama Leaks Papers Pakistan

Panama Leaks Papers Pakistan

Panama Leaks Leaders, criminals, celebrities Hides Money from Tax

A giant leak of more than 11.5 million financial and legal records exposes a system that enables crime, corruption and wrongdoing, hidden by secretive offshore companies for hiding money 

Behind the email chains, invoices and documents that make up the Panama Papers are often unseen victims of wrongdoing enabled by the shadowy offshore industry.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan have been defended by the court that the prime minister is out of this case he have no  name in panama paper   london appartments and many other properties in differnt countries but the judges have said that no one will stand on the law of 62 and 63 so the court is not going to act upon the president the oppositation say that the prime minister is involved in these papers and they said that the government is corrupt .

The prime minister defended himself before the nation’s highest court today as part of an ongoing and highly politicized response to the Panama Papers in the world’s sixth most populated country.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s lawyer told the Supreme Court  that Sharif does not own any shell companies or property through offshore holdings.

Sharif did not address the offshore links of his children. The Supreme Court reportedly gave Sharif’s children, some of whom appear in Panama Papers, a “last chance” to submit their own statements to the court by Monday.

The Supreme Court also appointed a one-person commission to investigate the Panama Papers case and decided to set its own terms of reference for the probe, after political wrangling stalled the process in the country’s parliament. According to news reports, the commission will be led by a sitting Supreme Court judge and will have the full powers of the court at its disposal to investigate the scandal that has dogged the Sharif family since April.

Sharif, who was reportedly “upbeat” before the hearing, told a meeting of his cabinet that he was glad the issue was now to be decided by the courts.

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