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Jamali suffered from two disqualifications---a case was pending against him in a local court and he had previously held charge as the Chief Minister of Balochistan for two tenures.
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, not known to be a man of principle and widely reputed to be an opportunist, kept switching sides between the Pakistan Muslim League (PML) and Zulfiquar Ali Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party (PPP), depending on who made the highest bidding for his services.
The Jamali tribe led by Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali colluded with Z.A.Bhutto and the military to crush the nationalists.
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 Jamali: ever the yes-man of Pakistan's rulers
Jamali suffered from two disqualifications. A case was pending against him in a local court and he had previously held charge as chief minister of Balochistan for two tenures.
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, not known to be a man of principle and widely reputed to be an opportunist, kept switching sides between the Pakistan Muslim League and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party, depending on who made the highest bid for his services.
The Jamali tribe led by Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali colluded with Bhutto and the military to crush the nationalists.
specials.rediff.com /news/2003/may/12raman.htm   (2001 words)

 The Prime of Mr. Jamali
Jamali was born in 1944 in Naseerabad (Balochistan) and received his primary schooling from Lawrence College, Ghora Gali, followed by 'A' Levels from Aitchson college, Lahore.
Jamali was once more appointed caretaker chief minister in 1997 upon which he nominated his elder son Faridullah Jamali to the National Assembly, preferring to go to the upper house himself.
Jamali has four sons, among whom two are captains in the army, and a daughter who is married to Humayun Wardag, the son of one of his closest friends,the late Sardar Ayub Wardag, a former mayor of Quetta.
www.newsline.com.pk /NewsDec2002/newsbeatdec2.htm   (998 words)

 Jamali's exit
Mir Safarullah Khan Jamali waves to supporters at the Rawalpindi railway station on July 3 as he boards a train to return to his native Baluchistan.
For instance, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali was the 25th civilian Prime Minister to leave office in the 27 years civilians could claim to have been in power.
Jamali wanted to block the chances of Humayun Akthar, Commerce Minister in his government and son of a former General, succeeding him.
www.hindu.com /fline/fl2115/stories/20040730003404800.htm   (956 words)

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Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, the 20th Prime Minister of Pakistan, was born on January 1, 1944, at Dera Murad Jamali in Baluchistan.
Mir Shah Nawaz Khan Jamali and his brother Mir Jaffar Khan Jamali played a leading role in the Pakistan Movement and were instrumental in mobilizing public opinion in their area for the achievement of Pakistan.
Mir Zafarullah Jamali was among several senior members of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League party who defected after General Pervez Musharraf took over in 1999 and formed their own faction, the P. Mir Zafarullah Jamali is the Secretary General of the P. (Q) and was their candidate for premiership.
www.cybercity-online.net /yp/NA/Mir_Zafarullah_Khan_Jamali.htm   (601 words)

Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, the 21st Prime Minister of Pakistan, was born on January 1, 1944, at Dera Murad Jamali in Baluchistan.
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali began his political career as a member of the Pakistan Peoples Party, which he joined in the 1970's.
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali was one of the contenders for premiership after the 1985 elections.
www.storyofpakistan.com /person.asp?perid=P085   (255 words)

 Profile: New Pakistani Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali - 2002-11-22
Pakistan has a new prime minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, who is seen by some as a pro-military politician unlikely to challenge the military ruler, President Pervez Musharraf.
Jamali is an experienced politician and a member of the pro-military Pakistan Muslim League party.
Jamali say his party chose him for the prime minister's job now because of his experience, and his ability to get along with a powerful president, but his opponents have expressed their doubts.
www.voanews.com /english/archive/2002-11/a-2002-11-22-15-Profile.cfm   (434 words)

 DAWN - Features; November 21, 2002
MIR ZAFARULLAH Khan Jamali, the PML-Q nominee for the prime ministership, was born on Jan 1, 1944, in a small village Roojhan Jamali of Balochistan’s Nasirabad division into a Baloch political family of Mir Jaffar Khan Jamali, a close friend of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Zafarullah Khan Jamali started his schooling from his native village, but soon his father sent him to Lawrence Collage Ghora Gali Murree from where he did his O level and A level in early 60s.
In the 1990 elections, Zafarullah Khan Jamali was a candidate of the Islami Jamhoori Ittihad, but he could not succeed against Mir Nabi Bukhsh Khosa of the PPP.
www.dawn.com /2002/11/21/fea.htm   (2233 words)

 The sins of Jamali
Jamali was elevated to this office by Musharraf after the highly controversial general election of October 2002.
Jamali's well-known proximity to the Americans in general and to the Central Intelligence Agency in particular right from the days of the anti-Soviet Afghan war of the 1980s.
Jamali was put in a highly embarrassing position when questions were raised as to why this task of seeming civilian supervision over the nuclear and missile establishment was given to Aziz and not to him (Jamali) and why Aziz reported his findings directly to Musharraf and not through Jamali.
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Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali,59, was sworn in as the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 23rd November 2002, after the National Assembly had voted him as Leader of the House.
Mir Zafarullah Khan pledged to continue the fiscal and foreign policies of the past three years which, he said, had best served the interests of Pakistan.
His uncle, Mir Jafar Khan Jamali was one of the stalwarts of the Pakistan movement and a very close associate of the Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
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 Zafarullah Wikipedia: Zafarullah Khan Jamaliwikipedia Free Encyclopedia's Article On 'zafarullah Khan Jamali   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
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 Al-Ahram Weekly | International | Winds of change?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Thus, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali was sworn in as prime minister on 23 November.
Jamali is not very well known in Pakistan, and almost unheard of outside the country.
Jamali was also a keen hockey player, although his considerable bulk demonstrates he has been off the pitch for quite a while.
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Jamali, who had on Saturday blamed "foreign hand" on the attack in Pakistan's south west city of Quetta, went a few notches ahead on Sunday, saying he suspected it could be a fall out of India opening its consulates in Kandahar, Heart and Zaidan.
Jamali was in Quetta for the past two days to co-ordinate the efforts to contain the riots, which broke out after the attack on the mosque attended by the Shia minority.
Jamali said it was a planned attempt to sabotage the successful tour to US and four other countries undertaken by President Pervez Musaharraf to improve the image of Pakistan.
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 STRATEGIC TRENDS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
However, Pakistan's Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali has the dubious distinction of having added a corollary to it: anybody who says he will not resign just 12 hours ago, also resigns.
It takes a stretch of the imagination to accuse Jamali of bad governance when Gen Musharraf is not prepared to give him not even half the powers that is his right under a Parliamentary system.
Jamali is not fully in accord with the general on this score, as his conflicting statements in the recent past testify, and has taken half-hearted steps to lessen the opposition to the President’s gameplan.
www.observerindia.com /strategic/st040628.htm   (744 words)

 rediff.com: Musharraf loyalist Jamali elected new Pakistani prime minister
As expected, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, a loyalist of President Pervez Musharraf, was on Thursday elected as Pakistan's prime minister in a Parliamentary vote, paving the way for an elected government for the first time in three years after the military ruler grabbed power in a coup in 1999.
The election of Jamali, who will be the 19th prime minister, was a forgone conclusion as his group PML-Q had bagged the post of the speaker and the deputy speaker.
Jamali, born in 1944, is considered a lightweight in Pakistan politics.
www.rediff.com /news/2002/nov/21pak.htm   (501 words)

 Rearranging the Deck on Musharraf's Titanic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Jamali's tenure was uneventful since most of the shots were called by Musharraf including in matters of foreign policy, negotiations with India on Kashmir and war on terrorism.
While Muhammad Khan gnawed at the roots of Zia 's power base and brought about a schism in his Praetorian constituency, Mir Zafarullah Khan was too weak to do anything of that sort.
Jamali's ouster is being considered as a precursor of many other changes that are in offing before December 31 when General Musharraf would be required to give up his uniform.
www.satribune.com /archives/jul4_10_04/P1_wajid.htm   (1691 words)

ISLAMABAD, 22 Nov. (IPS) Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali of the Pakistan Muslim League-Q was on Thursday voted as Pakistan’s new Prime Minister and he vowed to seek harmony with his political opponents to run his government.
Jamali pledged to continue President Mosharraf's both pro-American foreign policy, his economic plans as well as Pakistan’s traditional close relations with friendly countries such as neighbouring Iran and China, calling friendship with Peking "higher than the Himalayas".
But Jamali advised opposition parties seeking to undo these amendments to be patient and praised the president for what he called a completion of his roadmap to democracy.
www.iran-press-service.com /articles_2002/Nov_2002/pakistan_new_premier_221102.htm   (617 words)

 Daily Excelsior... World
Pakistan Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali today raised hopes of an Indo-Pak bilateral engagement on the margins of the SAARC summit, by hinting at the possiblity of his holding a one-on-one meeting with Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Jamali said Vajpayee’s consent to attend the SAARC summit is in itself a "very positive development" and we have been able to come out of the deadlock.
Jamali said there is a need to convince all concerned that war is not the solution and it is imperative to achieve breakthrough for which the first requirement is to hold composite dialogue.
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 DPS Press Information Department   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Jamali expressed the hope that his visit would be the harbinger of many more such visits to come.
Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali and his Cambodian counterpart Samdech Hun Sen yesterday signed a joint declaration that would pave the way for solid beginning and can best be termed as a roadmap to base their future ties for the benefit of the two nations.
Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali in an interview telecast by PTV on Tuesday has said that Pakistan is sincere in holding talks with India to resolve all outstanding issues, including the core issue of Kashmir.
www.infopak.gov.pk /news/pidnews/pidnews2004/pid_apr28_2004.htm   (3697 words)

 The Telegraph - Calcutta : International
Jamali, of the pro-military Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam, was elected Prime Minister by parliament on November 21 but was required under the Pakistani constitution to face a confidence vote within 60 days of taking office.
Jamali’s party won 118 seats in a general election in October, and he has since formed a coalition with the support of smaller parties and defectors from the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
But Jamali dismissed Opposition charges that deputies were bribed or coerced into supporting his government.
www.telegraphindia.com /1021231/asp/foreign/story_1529450.asp   (296 words)

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Jamali said, "We are pleased and honoured to come to a friendly country as the first guest of the new Chinese leadership.
Pakistan Ambassador in China Riaz Muhammad Khan told journalists that the embassy, under the direction of the prime minister, is exploring all possible areas of trade with China to improve the bilateral trade.
Jamali said the friendship between the two countries had withstood the test of history and international turbulence, noting that Pakistan had always cherished sound cooperative relations with China and would always support China's principled stance on the Taiwan issue.
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 Zafarullah Khan Jamali -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali (born January 1, 1944) is a former (Click link for more info and facts about Prime Minister of Pakistan) Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Born in (Click link for more info and facts about Baluchistan) Baluchistan, Jamali was the first Prime Minister of Pakistan to be born in that province.
In the (The decade from 1990 to 1999) 1990s he was an important member of the Pakistan Muslim League.
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 Pak has 'effective, safe' nuclear command: Jamali
Islamabad: Close on the heels of India's announcement of a nuclear command structure, Pakistan Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali on January 6 said Pakistan has an "effective and safe" nuclear command and denied charges of leakage of its nuclear technology to North Korea or Iraq.
Jamali's statement followed a hurriedly made "detailed" presentation of Pakistan's nuclear command structure by the military-controlled "National Command Authority" of Strategic Plans Division, the body which was believed to man the country's command structure.
Jamali described as "mischievously motivated" and "highly irresponsible" recent media reports alleging leakages of Pakistan's nuclear technology to North Korea and Iraq, saying Pakistan was a responsible nuclear power with "an impeccable record of safety and security".
news.indiainfo.com /2003/01/06/06jamali.html   (231 words)

 Boao Forum For Asia
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali was sworn in as Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.on 23 November 2002.
Mir Zafarullah son of Haji Shah Nawaz Khan Jamali, did his Masters in History from Punjab University, Lahore in 1965.
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali has represented Pakistan as a hockey player at the International level.
www.boaoforum.org /boao/2004nh/speakers/si/t20040408_619974.htm   (280 words)

 CNN.com - Pakistan chooses moderate PM - Nov. 21, 2002
Jamali will have the power to govern, even though Pakistan's military ruler President Pervez Musharraf, who came to power in that coup, retains the right to dismiss parliament.
Jamali's election paves the way for the formation of a coalition government that will bring together the pro-army faction of the PML, dissident members of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's party and independent members of parliament.
Jamali, a former chief minister of southwestern Baluchistan province and Musharraf's preferred candidate, won 172 votes defeating the candidates from an Islamist alliance and Bhutto's liberal party.
archives.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/asiapcf/south/11/21/musharraf.speech   (451 words)

 TeluguPeople.com - Articles
Amongst the few Balochi tribes that did oppose Mahatma Gandhi and support Jinnah were the Jamalis, whose then sardar, Mir Jafar Khan Jamali, was embroiled in a land dispute involving his purchase of 150,000 acres of land for Rs 40,000 from the khan of Kalat.
Jafar Khan and his family joined the League and were in the forefront of the anti-Gandhi and anti-Congress forces in Balochistan till the creation of Pakistan on August 14, 1947.
There are also indications that Jamali himself is unhappy about Musharraf's reluctance to share with him the responsibility for foreign policy; for control of the nuclear command; and for implementation of economic reforms.
www.telugupeople.com /discussion/article.asp?id=3807   (2002 words)

 Pakistan News Service - PakTribune
In one on one meeting with Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz tried his best to persuade Mr Jamali from his decision but it was Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali who had the last say.
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali a seasoned PML stalwart made it clear that he won't be able to continue working for PML-Q any further and has apprised President Musharraf in detail about his reservations.
Zafarullah Khan Jamali said he had always rendered sacrifices and 20 months ago when he resigned from the premiership it was his biggest ever sacrifice.
www.paktribune.com /news/index.shtml?179061   (449 words)

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