Parliament passed laws for October review and for next year's evaluation, he says.
Outstanding items mostly pertain to the prosecution side as laws and systems have largely been put in place.
Editorial: It is no mean achievement for Pakistan that it was able to satisfy FATF in 21 areas in such a short time
Yet the real test starts now.
Senator Sherry Rehman says govt “must give an explanation for why it did not manage to get Pakistan removed from the grey list”.
Hammad Azhar says some circles propagating "false and baseless information about abstention or negative voting".
Pakistan has complied with 21 out of 27 points, says FATF.
"Pakistan greatly values its relations with the brotherly Saudi Arabia and firmly rejects such malicious propaganda."
"It is India that has vitiated the atmosphere with its illegal and unilateral actions in occupied Kashmir," says FO spokesman.
Pakistan needs the support of a minimum of 12 member countries of the 39-member FATF to exit the grey list.
The review is based on the performance as of Feb; Pakistan has made robust progress on the FATF's action points since then.
“All the conditions of FATF have largely been met, there is no regulatory requirement pending in this regard," he says.
The govt has already submitted its report to the taskforce and its affiliated review groups, and responded to their comments.
Opposition condemns passage of bills, says govt has "crossed red lines".
Bill on terror financing is third FATF-related legislation to have been passed by the NA but rejected by opposition-ruled Senate.
Another bill introduced in NA provides for up to two-year imprisonment or Rs500,000 fine or both for defaming armed forces.
Consultations to be held with leaders of various political parties before session, says Asad Qaiser.
Pakistan has to submit a compliance report to FATF on September 30.
Editorial: Govt should dial down its inflammatory rhetoric and negotiate with the opposition for passing FATF bills
The opposition is fully within its rights to raise questions about the provisions of these bills wherever required.
PM discusses matter with parliamentary affairs aide.
Bilawal seeks postponement of National Assembly session.
PM’s aide rules out compromise on national security, accountability.
Voting in favour of the bills vital to protect Pakistan from plunging into FATF's blacklist, he says.
Imran lashes out at opposition, says no NRO for them; PPP, PML-N defend their stance.
Opposition leaders "desperate to save their corrupt money by trying to prevent parliament from functioning", says PM.
PML-N's Khawaja Asif says PML-N "neither blackmailing [government] nor seeking any NRO".
Shibli Faraz says former premier will not be allowed to evade the law on pretext of a "fudged" medical report.
PML-N senator Mushahidullah Khan blasts government over its two-year performance.
JI assured its proposed amendments to be considered in the form of new bill.
Smaller opposition parties assail PPP, PML-N for helping govt.
Fazlur Rehman calls the approved bills anti-Pakistan.