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Supreme Court’s order unconstitutional: Parliament

  • The parliament passed this amendment to the judiciary committee report with 64 votes on Tuesday
  • The parliament also passed the committee report with 64 votes

Humaam Ali
HumaamAli

K. Male' 2019 Jun 18 | Tue 17:05 2,378 local

West Henveiru Hassan Latheef proposed the amendment during the debate stage of the committee’s report on its meeting with members of JSC - Majlis

Supreme Court’s decision to nullify any order that conflicts with the court’s own order to reverse Justice Abdulla Didi’s suspension was unconstitutional, states parliament.

The parliament passed this amendment to the judiciary committee report with 64 votes on Tuesday.

West Henveiru Hassan Latheef proposed the amendment during the debate stage of the committee’s report on its meeting with members of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).

The parliament also passed the committee report with 64 votes.

The report states that JSC’s decision to suspend Justice Didi was within their legal authority and so the committee on June 16 voted to call on the Supreme Court to not obstruct the JSC.

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