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Judicature Bill requires 2/3 majority in Parliament: SC

3 April 2018 01:57 pm - 4     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The Supreme Court has informed Speaker Karu Jayasuriya that several sections of the Judicature Bill were inconsistent with the Constitution and therefore, it should be passed by a two-thirds majority in Parliament, if not amended as recommended by the Judiciary.

Speaker Kayasuriya conveyed the Supreme Court opinion to Parliament today.

  Comments - 4

  • yahiya Tuesday, 03 April 2018 03:31 PM

    Freedom of judiciary.

    Ceylon Tuesday, 03 April 2018 03:49 PM

    Laws available now moee than enough to crush the crimes and criminals.laws are not implimenting because allmost all politicians are criminals.they dont impliment.example,over 1000 death raw killers,feeding well fron peoples money by president.he dint sign paper for execution.

    michael Tuesday, 03 April 2018 06:39 PM

    Doubt this will go through if RW goes out.

    Law abiding citizen Tuesday, 03 April 2018 10:27 PM

    Only the JO members will vote against the Bill .So is it difficult to get a two- third majority to get the Bill passedin Parliament?

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