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FR petitions on liquor ban on women fixed for hearing

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Fundamental Right petitions filed, by several social activists including popular actress Samanalee Fonseka seeking a court order to suspend the re-imposition of the liquor ban on women in 2018, were today fixed for argument on February 16 next year by the Supreme Court.

The petitioners also sought a declaration that neither former finance minister Mangala Samaraweera or the State are not entitled in Law to revoke the  Excise  Notification in a manner which prevents  a female  from  being lawfully employed  at  a place where liquor is produced or sold.

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  • Sokrates Wednesday, 01 July 2020 09:06 AM

    What a shame to decide a fundamental right case which depends to more of half of the citizens of all Sri Lankans after 3 years.

    Sambo Wednesday, 01 July 2020 02:42 PM

    Our law books are so full that it's all outdated now. we are very famous in making laws which is unrealistic and non practical. The public are so confused that they obey nothing. This is even seen now during instructions given on the Virus. So complicated the the public does not adhere to non.


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