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SC hears 14 Fundamental Rights Applications challenging dissolution of Parliament

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Fourteen fundamental rights petitions have been filed at the Supreme Court stating that the President’s order to dissolve the parliament is illegal. They were heard before the Supreme Court on Monday afternoon, November 12. The Attorney General was also present at the hearing.

The petitions have been filed by political parties including United National Party (UNP), Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP), the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), Tamil Progressive Alliance (TPA) and the All Ceylon People’s Congress, as well as other parties such as the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA), Attorney Aruna Laksiri and member of Elections Commission Prof. S. R. H. Hoole.

The petitions were heard before a Bench comprising Chief justice Nalin Perera and Supreme Court judges Priyantha Jayawardena and Prasanna Jayawardena.

 

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