(born 25 December 1949) is a major politician, steel mill industrialist and business magnate, serving as the 12th Prime Minister of Pakistan in two non-consecutive terms from November 1990 to July 1993, and from February 1997 until the military coup d'état staged to end his government on 12 October 1999. He is currently President of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N), one of Pakistan's major national and largest conservative political party. As the owner of Unit Group, a leading steel mill conglomerate, he is also one of the country's wealthiest industrialists.
26.04.2012 [LUSA] - O líder da oposição do Paquistão, NawazSharif, pediu hoje a demissão "imediata" do primeiro-ministro, Yousuf Raza Gilani, depois de este ter sido considerado culpado de desacato à Justiça pelo Supremo Tribunal. Gilani não terá, porém
26.04.2012 [The Nation, Pakistan] - They informed that Gohar Ayub Khan met with PML-N senior command at Punjab House, Islamabad sometime ago, while Saleem Saifullah Khan was also maintaining independent contacts with close aides of NawazSharif, which indicates that the two political
26.04.2012 [The Nation, Pakistan] - In an indirect reference to the NawazSharif-led PML-N, the PPP leader said a specific group had won a number of seats in the Punjab with the help of fake votes. “The PPP-led government would hold free and fair general elections, no matter what the
26.04.2012 [The Nation, Pakistan] - But former AGP Maulvi Anwarul Haq pointed out that in the contempt case of former premier NawazSharif the court had set aside his conviction on the ground of pardon granted by the then President Rafiq Tarar. Pakistan Bar Council member Ramzan Chaudhry
Nie można mieć demokracji bez niezawisłego sądownictwa, bez sędziów, którzy są wierni państwu, a my nie chcemy sędziów, którzy są lojalni tylko wobec jednostek. - Opis: podczas jednej z antyrządowych manifestacji, marzec 2009. - Źródło: W Pakistanie wybuchły antyrządowe protesty, globiz.pl