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SC resumes hearing of FR petitions on dissolution of Parliament

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The hearing into the Fundamental Right petitions filed in the Supreme Court challenging the dissolution of Parliament resumed a short while ago.

The Supreme Court on November 13 granted leave to proceed with the fundamental rights petitions which sought a court order nullifying the presidential proclamation dissolving parliament and the petitions were fixed for argument on December 4, 5 and 6.

The Chief Justice nominated a fuller Bench comprising Chief Justice Nalin Perera, Justices Buwaneka Aluwihare, Sisira J. de Abrew, Priyantha Jayawardena, Prasanna S. Jayawardena, Vijith K. Malalgoda and Murdu Fernando of the Supreme Court to hear the fundamental rights petitions following a request made by the government.

  Comments - 10

  • Roche Tuesday, 04 December 2018 11:13 AM

    God bless you

    Lalith Tuesday, 04 December 2018 11:28 AM

    Hope Justice wins

    joshua Tuesday, 04 December 2018 11:57 AM

    God bless the bench of judges. MR and MS....on your mark, get set and go home soon.

    Jaya Tuesday, 04 December 2018 12:42 PM

    The whole world is watching .Credibility of Sri Lankan’s will be shown.

    radio Tuesday, 04 December 2018 12:53 PM

    Can't they radio broadcast the hearings.

    Sils Tuesday, 04 December 2018 02:32 PM


    Don Tuesday, 04 December 2018 03:29 PM

    Central Bank Robbers should go home. Crooks like Ranil

    Upul Tuesday, 04 December 2018 05:55 PM

    Yes, I agree with you. The same time illegally appointed PM and the cabinet should go home too.

    Lal Tuesday, 04 December 2018 03:59 PM

    If verdict goes against MS then it is impartial and if it goes against RW then they are biased. Come on guys. The best solution to an issue like this is A GENERAL ELECTION... even a small kid can figure that out.

    Janaka Tuesday, 04 December 2018 04:01 PM

    I am confident that our judges will show the world that they are not influenced and they are in full control...

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