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Nawaz Sharif is guilty in Panama Papers case, says Shaikh Rashid [Dawn News] 19 Dec, 2016

National Assembly session commenced on Monday evening after a two-hour delay. Speaker Ayaz Sadiq started the house proceedings by asking Awami Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rasheed to address the session.

Talking about Panama issue, Shaikh Rashid said Nawaz Sharif made mistakes while addressing the issue, “and a person makes such mistakes only when he is guilty”.

Since the session began late, the questions and answers session was subsequently postponed following a motion presented by Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Maryam Aurangzeb.

Ruckus and disorderly conduct had overshadowed the last two sessions, following the return of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) lawmakers in National Assembly (NA).

In the last session, PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi had requested Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend the next session and clarify his position.

Speaker Ayaz Sadiq had tried to maintain order in the house but PML-N lawmakers began yelling when Qureshi started to address the speaker in a hostile manner.

The PTI and PPP submitted privilege motions in the NA claiming that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had misguided lawmakers in a speech regarding his assets delivered earlier this year.

The PPP in its privilege motion said the PM, through his lawyers, told the Supreme Court that his speech in the Parliament on May 16 was "a 'political statement' and was not [meant] to be taken seriously. This implies that all his previous policy statements are also to be taken likewise".

In a similarly privilege motion, the PTI said the PM had told the House that he had "documents to prove his case." But his lawyers said no records were kept as business was conducted via "parchis (chits)", it stated.

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