Posted on November 10, 2010
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Economy & Development, Politics
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45 responses to “More Taxes, No Tax Reform”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    “Personally speaking, I am in favour of taxing the rich, but the Constitution does not allow the federal government to do so because it is a provincial subject”. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, Minister of Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics, & Planning and Development, Government of Pakistan

    Watan Aziz begs to asks, “How long is long enough?”

  2. Watan Aziz says:

    “Personally speaking, I am in favour of taxing the rich, but the Constitution does not allow the federal government to do so because it is a provincial subject”. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, “The Law Abiding” Minister of Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics, & Planning and Development, Government of Pakistan

    Vanity Verbosity!

  3. Watan Aziz says:

    “Personally speaking, I am in favour of taxing the rich, but the Constitution does not allow the federal government to do so because it is a provincial subject”. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, “The Law Abiding” Minister of Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics, & Planning and Development, Government of Pakistan

    Unpretentiously Unlimitedly Undesrvingly Unsettlingly!

  4. Watan Aziz says:

    “Personally speaking, I am in favour of taxing the rich, but the Constitution does not allow the federal government to do so because it is a provincial subject”. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, “The Law Abiding” Minister of Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics, & Planning and Development, Government of Pakistan

    Taradiddle!

  5. Watan Aziz says:

    “Personally speaking, I am in favour of taxing the rich, but the Constitution does not allow the federal government to do so because it is a provincial subject”. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, “The Law Abiding” Minister of Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics, & Planning and Development, Government of Pakistan

    Strenuously Straining Sensibility!