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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

No corrupt should go scot-free: Nawaz, No downsizing, no reshuffle of cabinet: Gilani

No corrupt should go scot-free: Nawaz - LAHORE: PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has said there should be strict laws against corruption so that no corrupt person could go scot-free. [Amen! And that should include Sharif and his cronies too. No statute of limitations~t]

No downsizing, no reshuffle of cabinet: Gilani- ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani’s announcement on Tuesday that he was not dissolving, downsizing or reshuffling the cabinet in the coming days, brought a sigh of relief to the worried ministers. [Worried ministers? Yes of course! Who cares about the suffering awam ~~t]
AnjumNiaz: Citing the Oct 27, 2005 report of the 'Independent Inquiry Committee appointed by the UN' the NAB alleged "Petroline FZC, an offshore company of the former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto paid $ two million as kickbacks to the defunct Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussain in violation of UN sanctions and violating all norms of international law." Its findings are based on the 623 pages of the UN report in which Petroline FZC paid kickbacks to an Italian MP called Paolo Folloni; a Frenchman named Michel Grimard, a Lebanese national named To'ma; Romanian Labour Party and Yugoslavian Left wing Party. "In total Petrozine FZC purchased Iraqi oil worth $150million. The surcharge paid to Iraqi regime amounts to $ two million, which was paid into the bank of Jordan. Petroline FZC was financed by an American oil trading company called Bayoil, which is facing prosecution in the US for its dealing in the oil-for-food-programme."


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