Nawaz Sharif

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Nawaz Sharif served two terms as the Prime Minister of Pakistan and remains involved in Pakistani politics.


Nawaz Sharif was the focus a judicial inquiry into a multi-million-dollar financial scandal in 1991 while PM. The financial scandal, which centered on the collapse of several of the country's co-operatives. Opposition politicians, sacked from government in 1990 for alleged corruption, have not been slow to level similar charges against Nawaz Sharif and the ruling Islamic Democratic Party (IDP). [1]

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  1. "Sharif on the defensive over co-ops scandal," Middle East Economic Digest, November 22, 1991.

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