Panama Papers Verdict Supreme Court Disqualified Prime Minister

Panama Case Decision

The most awaited panama case decision has been taken place by Supreme Court on Friday 28th of July 2017. In this groundbreaking decision, the Prime Minister Nawaz Shareef is disqualified as of holding public office on the Panama Papers case. The five judges reached on an agreed verdict in the Islamabad court that was packed to capacity. The apex court’s implementation bench, who was headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan; declared that the larger bench had universally deemed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ineligible for holding office. Furthermore, He would order an accountability court headed for open references in contradiction of him and his family, plus other defendants.

Supreme Court disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

In a moment, after the Panama Case decision, from the Prime Minister House; a notification give out which declare that Nawaz Sharif, that in spite of having “solid reservations”; on the SC’s decision, has left his post to do the best. Act in response to the court’s order; a spokesman of PML-N stated that; the party would utilize all legal and constitutional means to contest the verdict.

Panama Case Decision

For this reason, the security was heightened in the capital, with tens of thousands of troops besides police set up. The court’s presiding specified that Nawaz Sharif had been unfair in not revealing his earnings; as of a Dubai-based company in his appointment papers in the course of the 2013 general election. In like manner, Ejaz Afzal Khan, who was in the judges, declare; that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was no more “qualified to be an honest participant of the Parliament”.

Correspondingly, the Panama Case decision, publicized just after 12 pm; that brings Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s third term in power to an abrupt end. Although this may be true that about one year earlier than the scheduled general elections; it would have seen him turn out to be the Pakistani prime minister to complete his full five-years term. On the other hand, the Panama Case Decision changed the situation now. However, after Panama Case Decision, it is still unclear that who will be appointed as a prime minister; until the upcoming elections will be held. The new general elections are scheduled to take place in 2018.

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