Abdul Moiz Jaferii

I practice as a lawyer based out of Karachi, after having read law at the Canterbury Law School, University of Kent, UK. I have been hosting current affairs shows and appearing as a political analyst on television as a part-time profession since July 2009. I am currently a co-host of @agenda360samaa on @samaatv

Explainer: Pakistan’s tax amnesty scheme

Abdul Moiz Jaferii tells us how it works

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Karachi’s infrastructure: ‘PPP gave the court’s order a political spin’

SAMAA TV’s Moiz Jaferii talks about the Supreme Court’s recent order relating to Karachi’s infrastructure and the reaction to it

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Supreme Court monitoring bench orders removal of all businesses on military land in Karachi

It also wants illegal parking areas on Rashid Minhas Road and Korangi Road gone

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What’s next in the Asghar Khan case?

Jaferii explores circumstances under which FIA put forward a request to put the case to rest

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Maryam Nawaz will be able to contest the elections. Here’s how…

Much has already been made of the NAB judgment and the standards of judicial skill evidenced in its delivery. Politicians and pundits alike have taken to treating it as they do the annual finance budget: listen to each other’s opinions and then denounce them or support them as awam dost/awam dushman. If one were to…

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Explainer: You have a Bahria Town plot, now what?

Anyone who bought Bahria Town plots is panicking today. In the morning, on Friday, news broke that the Supreme Court had issued a verdict against Bahria Town. It found that it bought land from the Malir Development Authority illegally to set up its mega project off the Karachi super highway. The Supreme Court said: Bahria…

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Explainer: Dry-cleaning the JuD

The Army of the Righteous is banned—but it still works everywhere What is our problem? Our problem is terrorism. If you are asked to define a state in martial terms, it can be reduced to: the owner of the monopoly of violence within a determined and accepted set of borders. Terrorism has deprived the Pakistani…

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