QWP provincial information secretary Tariq Khan told Dawn that the board would hold its first meeting on May 30 (today) in Peshawar to scrutinise
Nomination papers of Javed Yousaf, Mohammad Husnain, Jamil Asghar, Mohammad Munsif Malik, Mohammad Yaqoob Shaikh, Khalid Naik, Saifullah, Mohammad Khurram, Laiq-ur-Rehman, Mohammad Zubair Khan Niazi, Sardar Hur Bukhari, Nasir Saleem, Zikrullah Mujahid, Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, Rana Zahid Hussain, Mohammad Ajasim Sharif, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Waseem, Mohammad Hadi Shah, Zia-ud-Din Ansari, Pervaiz Akhtar, Qaiser Mahmood, Sumera Ali, Ameer Bahadur Khan, Mian Aziz-ur-Rehman Chan, Sarfaraz, Ysir Islam Shaikh, Liaqat Abbas and Ruhi Bano Khokhar will be scrutinise
on Wednesday, while papers of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's candidate Kulsoom Nawaz, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's candidate Yasmin Rashid, Andleeb Abbas, Zubair Qadir, Faisal Mir and Mohammad Nauman will be checked on Thursday.
Set up in 2011 the committee, made up of AMs, scrutinises
health minister Mark Drakeford, key health bodies, and holds the Welsh Government to account for policy and spending.
They argue that because the Assembly has no second chamber, equivalent to the House of Lords, it''s necessary to go on using the Westminster Parliament to scrutinise
Welsh legislation before it becomes law.
Last week Gordon Brown did a speech in which he intended to continually pander to the middle classes, and now we have Mandelson stating that he will scrutinise
any takeover of Cadbury.
Abu Dhabi: A lawmaker on Tuesday called for establishment of independent judicial inspection authority to scrutinise
performance of judges and the prosecution and troubleshooting of any failures.
Writing in Viewpoints, Councillor Gasson revealed that her committee was already planning how to scrutinise
ISLAMABAD -- The foreign funding case against the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on Monday took a new turn when the first meeting of the three-member committee formed by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to scrutinise
the party accounts could not be held as two ECP nominated members refused to participate in its deliberations.
Global Banking News-June 9, 2017--Irish banks to scrutinise
politicians under terrorism financing laws
AWELSH MP has launched a bid to give parliament the power to scrutinise
and amend international trade deals as negotiators work on a multi-billion-pound agreement to tear down barriers between the markets of the United States and the European Union.
A DEMAND for the National Assembly to gain a second chamber to scrutinise
Welsh laws has been lodged with the UK parliament.
The work of parliamentary committee should operate under written rules and procedures which respect both the need to scrutinise
the ECP as well as its independence.