The Collective of Applied Law & Legal Realism (CALR) is the rapid delivery mechanism of AmerBON, Advocates’ pro bono services.
CALR hosted the Legal Aid Chit Chat Clinic No. 3 on 12 May 2020 to consider questions about the one-day parliament sitting and the ubiquitous police roadblocks during the Movement Control Order (MCO).
The topics discussed included:
- the power of police officers to question drivers and conduct searches during roadblocks
- employment issues, occupational health and safety, standard operating procedures, pay cuts, and illegal cost-cutting means
- one-day parliamentary sitting and urgent issues that need to be debated in Parliament
The discussion on the right to health was postponed to the following session.
This recording can also be accessed at CALR’s Facebook page.