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Former prime minister, Shaukat Aziz found his name in the list of people in the Paradise Papers, released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism(ICIJ) on The names of two Pakistanis, former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and former head of the national insurance company Limited Ayaz Khan Niazi, have so far emerged in the new document database, Paradise Papers, published by the International Consortium of Journalists on Sunday night.

Aziz served as prime minister from August 28, 2004, to November 15, 2007 and was appointed as finance minister in 1999. Aziz settled abroad Former PM Shaukat Aziz named in Paradise Papers Web Desk On Nov 5, 2017 Last updated Nov 6, 2017 WASHINGTON: Former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has been named in the Paradise Papers issued by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) for being linked to offshore companies.

Shaukat Aziz (Urdu: ) (born 6 March 1949) is a Pakistani KARACHI: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shaukat Aziz and and ex National Insurance Corporation Limited chairperson Ayaz Khan Niazi, have so far emerged in the new database of documents, Paradise Papers, released by International Consortium of Journalists Sunday night, local media reported.

The Prime Minister PM of Pakistan is All in All, head of the current government of the country. PM is responsible for nominating the rest of the government and deciding when to call general elections for the National Assembly. A new expose has again created a political furor in Pakistan after former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz's name figured in the huge leak of documents, which disclosed how a number of politicians SHAUKAT Aziz served as prime minister from 2004 to 2007.

When asked by the consortium why his asset declarations in Pakistan didnt mention the Antarctic Trust, the lawyer said the legal Pakistans former prime minister and a member of his cabinet have been controversially barred from contesting next months general election. It is the latest in a series of blows to the Pakistan Muslim LeagueNawaz (PMLN) party that have fuelled accusations the countrys military is trying to deny the party a second term.



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