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Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif (Urdu: میاں محمد نواز شریف‎, pronounced [nəˈʋaːz ʃəˈriːf]; born 25 December 1949)[1] is a Pakistani politeecian an the 20t an 3-time umwhile Prime meenister o Pakistan, maist recently in office frae Juin 2013 tae Julie 2017, when he wis disqualified frae office ower corrupton allegations relatin tae the Panama Papers.

Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
نواز شریف
Nawaz Sharif January 2015.jpg
20t Prime meenister o Pakistan
In office
5 Juin 2013 – 28 Julie 2017
PresesAsif Ali Zardari
Mamnoon Hussain
Precedit biMir Hazar Khan Khoso (Actin)
Succeedit biShahid Khaqan Abbasi (Interim)
14t Prime Meenister o Pakistan
In office
17 Februar 1997 – 12 October 1999
PresesWasim Sajjad
Farooq Leghari
Muhammad Rafiq Tarar
Precedit biMalik Meraj Khalid (Acting)
Succeedit biMir Zafarullah Khan Jamali
12t Prime Meenister o Pakistan
In office
6 November 1990 – 18 Julie 1993
PresesGhulam Ishaq Khan
Precedit biGhulam Mustafa Jatoi (Actin)
Succeedit biMoeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi (Actin)
Leader o the Opposeetion
In office
19 October 1993 – 5 November 1996
Precedit biBenazir Bhutto
Succeedit biBenazir Bhutto
Chief Meenister o Punjab
In office
9 Aprile 1985 – 13 August 1990
GovrenorGhulam Jilani Khan
Sajjad Hussain Qureshi
Tikka Khan
Precedit biSadiq Hussain Qureshi
Succeedit biGhulam Haider Wyne
Preses o Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Assumed office
27 Julie 2011
Precedit biShahbaz Sharif
In office
6 October 1993 – 12 October 1999
Precedit biPoseetion Established
Succeedit biKalsoom Nawaz Sharif
Personal details
BornMian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
(1949-12-25) 25 December 1949 (age 69)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Poleetical pairtyPakistan Muslim League (1985–1988)
Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (1988–1993)
Pakistan Muslim League-
Nawaz
(1993–present)
Spoose(s)Kalsoom Nawaz Sharif
RelationsSharif family
BairnsMaryam
Asma
Hassan
Hussain
ParentsMuhammad Sharif (faither)
ResidencePrime Meenister's Secretariat
Alma materGovrenment College Varsity, Lahore
Varsity o the Punjab
ReligionSunni Islam
Wabsteidpmln.org

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  1. "Nawaz Sharif". Encyclopædia Britannica on-line. 1 June 2003. Retrieved 5 September 2012.