Dissolution of parliament: Petitions to be taken up today

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The Fundamental Right petitions which were filed against the dissolution of parliament would be taken up for hearing today, sources said.

The petitions would be taken up for hearing before a three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice Nalin Perera, Justices Prasanna Jayawardane and Priyantha Jayawardane.

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  • Santha Monday, 12 November 2018 12:32 PM

    Hope that the SC decision would paved the way for the suppression of authoritarian madness.

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