2013-05-19  Nawaz Sharif to become the 18th Prime Minister of Pakistan.

2010-04-02 On 2 April 2010, the 18th Amendment Bill in the Parliament removed the bar on former prime ministers to stand for only two terms in office. This allows Sharif to become Prime Minister for a third time

2007-00-00 Sharif and Zardari supported the reinstatement of judges suspended by Musharraf in March 2007

1997-08-17 During the Benazir Bhutto"s period, the country suffered the terrorist attack on Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad that led the rift between relationship between Pakistan and Egypt. He took initiatives against terrorism when on 17 August 1997, he passed the controversial Anti-Terrorist Act which established Anti-Terrorism Courts.

1997-00-00 Second term as Prime Minister (1997-99)

1993-00-00 Parliamentary opposition (1993-96)

1990-00-00 First term as Prime Minister (1990-93)

1990-00-00 On 7 November 1990, the newly elected prime minister announced his nuclear policy and in public television, Sharif responded that: "The peaceful [atomic] programme of which... it would be accelerated to accommodate growing [nuclear] [e]nergy needs and to make up for rising [oil] prices. And, of course, (Pakistan) will to construct new nuclear power plants

1988-00-00Sharif was reelected Chief Minister of Punjab

1985-00-00Chief Minister of Punjab

Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, also known as Nawaz Sharif (born December 25, 1949 in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan) is a Pakistani politician and businessman. He was twice elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan, serving two non-consecutive terms, the first from November 1, 1990 to July 18, 1993 and the second from February 17, 1997 to October 12, 1999. His party is the Pakistan Muslim League (N) (Nawaz group).

He is best known internationally for ordering Pakistan's 1998 nuclear tests in response to India’s nuclear tests,and the abrupt end of his final term in a dramatic coup by General Pervez Musharraf. Nawaz Sharif is currently an opposition leader and a strong supporter of the free judiciary movement in Pakistan. On Sunday, March 15, 2009, he defied house arrest to lead anti-government protests that briefly turned violent. Sharif called the mass rally a “prelude to a revolution.”

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