Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif is accused of corruption based on the financial documents of the Panama legal company Mossack Fonseca. The Supreme court after the proceedings ordered to conduct further investigation against the Prime Minister.
The court of five judges formed the Supreme court of Pakistan in November 2016 issued its decision after 2 months of discussion. Instead of having to render a verdict for or against Sharif, the judges decided that the evidence is insufficient and you need to conduct a new investigation. In its statement, the court stated that it needed more information about alleged money trail.
The call for the investigation began after three children, Sharif, his sons Hussein and Hassan and his daughter Mary was mentioned in the document about the leak of financial documents of a Panama company in April 2016. Local media reported that they were associated with offshore companies that owned real estate in London.
After mass protests and calls by the opposition political groups in November 2016, a Commission was established to investigate the links between Sharif and its subsidiary offshore accounts. About 500 security personnel were deployed in advance of decision-making, and access to the Supreme court of Pakistan was closed, except for the having special pass.
The leader of the opposition movement "Movement for justice" Imran Khan said in his statement that the decision "will change the dynamics of politics in Pakistan".
"The Panamanian documents" were received in 2015, the newspaper's
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