National Accountability Bureau

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The National Accountability Bureau () is a federal executive agency of the Government of Pakistan, responsible and mandated for dealing with corruption, and tasked with the Economic intelligence. It was established on November 16, 1999 with the promulgation of the National Accountability Ordinance 1999, immediately after the military coup by General Pervez Musharraf on October 12, 1999. The agency has its headquarters in Islamabad.


Its mission according to the official website:


The bureau has two principal officers: the Chairman; and the Prosecutor General of Accountability in Pakistan. The Chairman is the head of investigation, and serves a four-year term. Lt-Gen Syed Mohammad Amjad was the first chairman of the bureau. Naveed Ahsan is the current chairman. The Prosecutor General is the head of prosecution, and serves a three-year term. Lawyer Irfan Qadir was the first Prosecutor General.


The bureau likes to stress that it recovered over two hundred and forty billion rupees (four billion US dollars) from corrupt politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen. Human rights organizations have labeled the Bureau however as a vehicle for detaining former officials and party leaders and a deviation from the normal justice...
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