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accountability

The traceability of actions performed on a system to a specific system entity (user, process, device). For example, the use of unique user identification and authentication supports accountability; the use of shared user IDs and passwords destroys accountability.
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The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi sought extension in Zardari's remand for further investigation into the case.
Reports said that a National Accountability Bureau (NAB) team shifted Faryal Talpur, the sister of former president Asif Zardari from Karachi to Islamabad in order to produce her before the court.
In a Twitter post, Bilawal said his party 'doesn't oppose accountability but opposes political vendettas in the name of accountability.'
The accountability judge handed seven years imprisonment to DEO Sajan Mallah after corruption charges filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) were proved against him.
A banking court in Karachi had last week accepted the National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) plea to transfer the fake bank accounts case to the accountability court in Islamabad for trial.
The documents were resent and accepted by the accountability court on Thursday.Last month, a NAB prosecutor had submitted a statement to the trial court on behalf of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal, saying the investigation of the case had been transferred to the watchdog by the Supreme Court.
According to AJK Accountability sources, the Chairman AJK Accountability Bureau Raja Mohammad Aslam Khan while appraising the reference filed by the government, has directed to investigating section to take prompt and stern action against the accused involving corruption scandal of billions.
With inception of PTI-led government at the Centre, accountability drive has kicked off, putting many opposition members behind the bar with more to add in.
However, there is no doubt that Pakistan's leading accountability system - the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) - has now tightened its weak screws to maintain and upgrade the accountability system in the country.
The growth of networks, whereby governments must or choose to work with other partners to address stubborn and complex public policy problems, has important implications for accountability. Networks comprise variety of actors drawn from non-profit, public and for-profit sectors who are interdependent and thus need one another, and their resources, to resolve public policy problems.
A critically over-burdened Accountability Court (AC), hearing four corruption references against ex-premier Nawaz Sharif, his family and former finance minister Ishaq Dar, is likely to miss the six-month deadline set by the Supreme Court (SC) for the completion of proceedings.
dawn.com Islamabad The Parliamentary Committee on National Accountability Laws unanimously agreed on Wednesday that members of the judiciary and military need not be held accountable under the new proposed accountability law, said Law Minister Zahid Hamid.

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