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Pak govt. approves 24th Amendment Bill, as opposition cry foul

ANI News Tuesday, 10 January 2017
*Islamabad [Pakistan], Jan. 11 (ANI): Despite the opposition rejecting the timing of the amendment, when Panama Papers case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is being heard by the Supreme Court, the federal government has approved the twenty-fourth Amendment Bill in the National Assembly Standing Committee on Law and Justice.*
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News video: Opposition hit the street to oppose constitution amendment

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Kathmandu, Jan 06 (ANI): Nine opposition parties, including the main opposition CPN-UML, recently held a massive protest in Kathmandu against the government decision to table constitution amendment bill. The protesters marched the streets of the capital raising slogans against the government. The...

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