People watch the televised speech of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the Parliament, in Karachi, Pakistan, Monday, May 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
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Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif asked parliament Monday to form a commission to investigate allegations stemming from the Panama Papers leak but opposition lawmakers walked out, saying he had evaded questions about his family's affairs.The opposition has seized on the Panama Papers scandal as a fresh opportunity to try to unseat Sharif, who told parliament that his wealth was acquired legally in the decades before he entered politics and no money was siphoned off-shore.Sharif asked the opposition and other lawmakers to help form a parliamentary commission.It is not clear if the opposition will take up Sharif's latest offer.
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