Pakistan’s Prime Minister Forced to Resign

Following a unanimous Supreme Court ruling to remove him from office on corruption charges, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigned.

According to The Times of Islamabad, Pakistan’s Supreme Court “disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the Panama Papers case verdict. Justice Ejaz Afzal announced the decision.”

In April 2016, leaked documents showed his sons Hassan and Hussein, along with his daughter Maryam, own at least three offshore holding companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, tax havens for ill-gotten gains.

Sharif’s resignation is effective on Friday. He’s been investigated since last year on corruption charges. His choice was either resigning or being forced from office.

On July 10, the Supreme Court appointed Joint Investigation Team (JIT) submitted its report, recommending Sharif and family members be held accountable for disparities found between their income and far greater wealth, saying:

“Significant gap/disparity among the known and declared sources of income and


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