Unlawful Appointment of DRAP CEO & illegal Medicine Price hike can Lead Prime Minister to Disqualification

Unlawful Appointment of DRAP CEO & illegal Medicine Price hike can Lead Prime Minister to Disqualification  Illegal Appointment of DRAP CEO & unlawful Medicine Price hike raising questions on Qualifications of PRIME MINISTER.   BY: MOHAMMAD IMRAN KHAN – CEO PAKISTAN PRESS CLUB  The removal of chief executive officer of Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) is the need of time as Appointment of Dr Muhammad Aslam as CEO DRAP is a shamefully pathetic, illegal and unlawful. The first full time chief executive officer (CEO) for the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP), which was being run on the Ad hoc basis for the last two years, was appointed on Friday 6th February 2015 but unfortunately this appointment was illegal and mala fide. The Establishment Division issued a notification, appointing Dr Muhammad Aslam, who has a doctorate in pharmacy, as the new CEO on a three-year contract. However, according to sources, the contract may be extended for another year. The Establishment Division issued a notification, which was the intentional dishonest act by not fulfilling legal or contractual obligations, misleading nation, entering into an agreement violating basic standards of honesty in dealing with Nation as Dr Muhammad Aslam is a convicted person by Drug Court Peshawar. Appointment letter of Dr Muhammad Aslam as CEO DRAP is a shamefully pathetic document. It shows the overall incompetence of extremely corrupt Pakistani ruling elite. It shows the incompetence of those who drafted it, those who signed it, those who benefited from it, those who took it [...]
Nawaz leaves Karachi. No discussion on Rangers issues

PM Nawaz leaves Karachi. No discussion on Rangers issues

Nawaz leaves Karachi. No discussion on Rangers issues KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrived in Karachi on Monday, accompanied by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Water and Power and Defence Minister Khawaja Asif and Trade and Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir, but left without meeting the chief minister or the governor on the issue of Rangers’ powers. Earlier, circles close to the PML-N appeared optimistic that Sharif will hold a meeting with Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad on the discord between the centre and Sindh over Rangers’ powers. An official press release about the premier’s visit said: “PM Nawaz Sharif will visit Karachi on Monday (today). He will have three official engagements: visit Port Qasim Authority to review development plans of the authority; review Port Qasim’s power project and address an FPCCI function.” The prime minister left for Port Qasim Authority (PQA) soon after CM Shah received him at Karachi airport as per the official protocol.At PQA, Sharif reviewed development plans of the authority and progress of ongoing projects. Chairman PQA Agha Jan Akhtar and Secretary Ports and Shipping Khalid Pervaiz briefed the premier about different ongoing projects executed by the authority. In a light conversation with a Chinese engineer supervising the development of a 1, 320MW coal-based power project, the premier asked the official to ensure the project is completed by Dec 2017. The prime minister had himself laid foundation of the project, to be completed at a cost of $1.5 billion, Radio Pakistan reported. It is the first power project being [...]
Thai court says PM should stepdown for constitutional structure break

Thai court orders PM should step-down for constitution breach

Thai court says PM should stepdown for constitutional structure break A Thai court said she can no further serve as caretaker top, a choice prone to raise tensions within the bitterly divided country and observed Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra responsible on Wednesday of breaking the structure.Judges providing the judgment stated Yingluck had abused her place to ensure that a family member might take advantage of related work techniques by moving the nation’s National Security Council key to a different article in 2011. It was unclear whether Yingluck’s case, or cabinet members at that time of the move in 2011, would need to step-down alongside her. Judges were still reading the verdict. Yingluck’s treatment will probably provide her followers in to the streets in protest.
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Thai court confirm to rule against PM Yingluck Shinawatra

Thai court almost certain to rule against PM, force her from office Thailand’s Constitutional Court is nearly certain to rule against Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on neglect of energy costs on Wednesday, increasing the chance of new mass protests by her fans and making her from company. That may result in conflict with anti-government organizations that have been protesting within the money, Bangkok, for 6 months in a bet to hit Yingluck. These routines disrupted a general election in February that she’d been likely to win.The disaster generally sets Bangkok’s middle income and royalist institution from the primarily bad, rural supporters of Yingluck and her brother, ex-top Thaksin Shinawatra, who had been ousted from the army in 2006 and today lives in exile to prevent a prison term passed down in 2008 for abuse of power. Yingluck’s supporters accuse the judge, which stated it’d matter its decision on Wednesday, of prejudice infrequently ruling from the government. In 2008, the judge pushed two Thaksin-connected prime ministers from office. A similar judgment against Yingluck is expected on Wednesday. Yingluck defended himself in court on Tuesday against a cost associated with her move of National Security Council primary Thawil Pliensri in 2011, which opponents claim was made to gain a member of the family along with her Puea Thai Party. Yingluck, looking as she got the stand carrying a big pearl necklace along with a blue silk suit constructed, said a panel of ministers had made a decision to move the security key. “I didn’t [...]
China PM says Sino-Africa conflicts simply 'growing pains'

China PM says Sino-Africa conflicts simply ‘growing pains’

China premier says Sino-Africa disputes just ‘growing pains’ Disputes arising over China’s investment projects in Africa are simply “growing pains” in a growing romance that found their industry best $200 billion last year, Premier Li Keqiang stated on Sunday in front of a tour of the region. Li, speaking before beginning a May 4-11 visit to Ethiopia, Nigeria, Angola and Kenya, said Chinese companies in Africa required to follow local regulations in addition to also take responsibility to safeguard the interests of local communities.He explained the Chinese government was prepared to take a seat with African nations to solve any conditions that arose between your two factors, but stated theses were “remote” instances in a relationship-based on mutual benefit and equality. “I desire to guarantee our African friends in every seriousness that China will never follow a colonialist route like some places did, or permit colonialism, which is one of the earlier, to reappear in Africa,” the state news agency Xinhua quoted Li as saying. Whilst the nation tries to increase its use of materials of essential goods for example oil and copper Chinese companies have invested heavily on power, exploration and structure projects in Africa. However in some cases, Chinese companies have already been accused of managing local staff unfairly. Oil workers at two China-invested projects in Niger and Chad continued strike in March in protest against unequal pay. Xinhua said greater than 2, and last year, China overtook America as Africa’s [...]
Ukraine unrest PM blames security service over Odessa

Ukraine PM blames security service over Odessa

Ukraine unrest: PM blames security service over Odessa Ukraine’s PM has attributed the nation’s security solutions for failing to prevent violence within the southern town of Odessa that left over 40 people dead. Arseniy Yatsenyuk told the BBC there could be “independent, extensive and complete investigation”.All of the patients were pro-Russian separatists who died in a fire after barricading themselves in a building. The PM’s remarks emerged as Ukrainian soldiers surrounded the pro-Russian stronghold of Sloviansk within the east. ‘Real war’ Mr Yatsenyuk said of the Odessa assault: “I personally blame police force office and the protection support for doing nothing to prevent this attack.” Mr Yatsenyuk said: “These security forces are ineffective and so they broke regulations.” He explained law enforcement chief of the Odessa area have been removed which the prosecutor’s company had started a study.“The prosecutor’s company would be to examine everybody – beginning with the principle of each officer, his deputies and authorities.” Some 42 people died in Odessa on Friday, many of them within the fire in the Trade Unions Home, where separatist demonstrators had barricaded themselves following operating battles with professional-Kiev activists. Mr Yatsenyuk charged pro-Russian teams for “invoking the unrest”. He accused professional and Russia -Russian demonstrators of orchestrating “real war… To get rid of Ukraine and remove Ukrainian independence”. Asked [...]
South Korean Prime Minister Chung Hong-won announced his resignation

South Korean Prime Minister Chung Hong-won resigns

South Korean PM resigns over government response to ferry disaster South Korean Prime Minister Chung Hong-acquired announced his resignation on Sunday within the government reaction to the ferry tragedy, by which it was initially introduced that everybody have been saved, focusing attention on inadequate regulatory controls. The Sewol ferry sank on the routine journey south in the port of Incheon for the classic holiday island of Jeju on April 16.Over 300 people, many of them students and academics on the field trip in the Danwon Senior School around the outskirts of Seoul, have died or are missing and presumed dead. The kids up to speed the Sewol were advised to stay-put within their rooms, where they waited for further purchases. The confirmed death toll on Sunday was 187. South Korea, something of its major manufacturing and export powerhouses and Asia’s fourth-largest economy, has progressed into among the world’s most technically advanced nations, but faces criticism that regulatory controls haven’t kept pace. Included in the investigation, prosecutors raided a coastguard workplace as well as two shipping security watchdogs. They’ve also raided two boat support facilities, which behave as maritime traffic-control.Chung’s resignation was accepted by Leader Park Geun-hye, that has probably the most power in government, though her spokesman said later he might stay in post before recovery operation was finished. “Keeping my post is too great a weight to the management,” a somber Chung said in a short statement. “…with [...]
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PM Cameron says Bankrupt British loans official resigns

Bankrupt British loans official resigns, embarrassing PM Cameron The top of the British government agency that hands out millions of pounds of loans to local authorities has resigned after failing to disclose he was bankrupt, Prime Minister David Cameron’s office said on Sunday. Cameron appointed Tony Caplin, a former senior official in his ruling Conservative party, to head the Public Works Loans Board (PWLB) this past year. His resignation in front of European elections next month along with a national election in 2015 is uncomfortable for the prime minister.The PWLB is responsible for distributing structure loans to local authorities across Britain and controls a loans portfolio as high as 60 billion pounds ($100.85 billion). Nevertheless, a study from the Mail on Sunday newspaper revealed that Britain’s High Court had announced Caplin, the company’s mind, bankrupt in 2012 with debts greater than 3 million pounds ($5.04 million), a fact he’d not revealed. Government guidelines state that authorities declared bankrupt should come clean about this so that it could be determined whether or not they could retain their jobs or not. “He must have announced he was bankrupt,” Cameron’s office said of Caplin in a terse statement. “it has been stated to him so that as an effect he’s resigned.” The opposition Labour party, with a slim lead over Cameron’s Conservatives in the polls, said the problem called the prime minister’s view into question. “It’s amazing the Prime Minister as well as the Chancellor [...]

Twitter is tax evader – Turkey PM Erdogan

Twitter is a tax evader, says Turkey PM Erdogan Following the short-lived Twitter bar in Turkey, Prime Minister Erdogan vowed to clampdown to the firm saying it’s evading tax. He added that social networking were getting used to work against Turkey’s national interests.It is available in the aftermath of leaks of alleged government corruption across internet sites. Turkey’s prime minister says he’ll follow Twitter for ‘tax-evasion’ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan still has it set for the website, following a Turkish court ruling resulted in a ban being lifted and after it had been used to distribute information critical of him.Turkey’s prime minister appears to be buying method to stop Twitter in his place, stating in a televised speech Saturday the microblogging support is just a tax evader which his government will follow it. “Twitter, facebook, and Facebook are global organizations recognized for-profit and earning money. Twitter reaches the same time frame a tax evader. We shall pursue it,” Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, based on a study by news agency AFP. “These organizations, like every global organization, will follow tax principles, regulations, and my state’s constitution.” Twitter was prohibited by Erdogan’s government last month in a runup to elections, however the ban was later removed after Turkey’s supreme court decided that it interfered with individual rights and free-speech. The judge also ordered that the facebook ban be lifted (with 15 films to stay unavailable), [...]
Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen has announced he'll be going down in June

Finland prime minister Katainen resigns

Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen has announced he’ll be going down in June He’d been leading a struggling six party coalition since 2011, but is hoping to secure a high EU article following the European elections in May. The economy minister is expected to replace him, in accordance with Finnish media.Finland’s PM Katainen says he’ll resign in June. Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen declared on Saturday he was going down in June, saying he was thinking about leading EU articles. Katainen, that has been leading a quarrelsome six-party coalition government since 2011, said he’d not work to get a new expression like a chairman of his conservative National Coalition party at its congress in June, meaning he’ll no longer be prime minister next. Katainen also said he’d not work for the EU parliament in May or even the Finnish parliament next year either, but added he’s thinking about global duties. “for instance, account of the (European) Commission or specific responsibilities away from fee, that are provided following the election – I’m thinking about them,” he explained in a presentation in a party plan event. “then I’ll just take a look at another thing, If these aren’t feasible,” he explained. The 41-year-old brought his party for ten years, where he also served as Finland’s finance minister in the earlier government coalition. “It Is A great time to give party control, the nation is placed on the correct class,” he explained. Though Finlandis tough stance [...]