| Shaukat Aziz |
(economist, financier, politician)
|Born||Shaukat Abdul Aziz|
6 March 1949
|Nationality||Pakistan, United States, United Kingdom|
|Alma mater||Gordon College, Institute of Business Administration (Karachi)|
|Member of||21st Century Council, Atlantic Council/Board, Le Cercle|
|Party||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)|
Tri-national Citibank executive with "close ties" to the US deep state. Parachuted in to become Prime Minister of Pakistan. Cercle member.
Shaukat Aziz is a Pakistani former banker and financier who was 17th prime minister of Pakistan from 20 August 2004 to 15 November 2007, as well as the finance minister of Pakistan from 6 November 1999 to 15 November 2007.
During his childhood he studied at St Patrick's High School, Karachi. Aziz graduated from the Institute of Business Administration in Karachi, and joined the corporate staff of the CitiBank Pakistan in 1969.
He served in various countries' governments as CitiBank financier, and became executive vice-president of Citibank in 1999. After accepting a personal request by General Pervez Musharraf, Aziz returned to Pakistan from the United States to assume charge of the Finance Ministry as its finance minister while taking control of the country's economy. In 2004, Aziz was nominated by the Musharraf loyalist government led by Pakistan Muslim League (Q), to the position of prime minister after the resignation of Zafarullah Khan Jamali on 6 June 2004.
Shaukat Aziz was mentioned as a speaker at the Cercle in a 2012 invitation letter from Michael Ancram to Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz.
A Document by Shaukat Aziz
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|Document:Uniting Behind A People’s Vaccine Against COVID-19||open letter||14 May 2020||"COVID-19/Vaccine"||A number of deep state operatives, including 14 Bilderbergers calling for the creation of infrastructure to rapidly jab everyone in the world.|
Events Participated in
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2004||21 January 2004||25 January 2004||World Economic Forum|
|2068 billionaires, CEOs and their politicians and "civil society" leaders met under the slogan Partnering for Prosperity and Security. "We have the people who matter," said World Economic Forum Co-Chief Executive Officer José María Figueres.|
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2007||24 January 2007||28 January 2007||Switzerland||Only the 450 public figures listed of ~2200 participants|
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2008||23 January 2008||27 January 2008||Switzerland|