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High Court to hear NGOs’ bid to refer Emergency Ordinance questions to Federal Court

The Edge Markets | The High Court will hear on July 22 an application by seven NGOs to refer questions of law related to the Emergency to the Federal Court. Lawyer New Sin Yew said this application cannot be deemed academic even if the Emergency ends, as they are challenging the ouster clause in Article 150(8) of the Federal Constitution, which excludes the court’s scrutiny over emergency declarations and ordinances.

High Court to hear bid to refer questions on emergency to Federal Court

Free Malaysia Today | The High Court will hear an application by NGOs on the emergency proclamation on July 22. The groups’ lawyer, New Sin Yew, told the court that the group, the AGC, and the five intervenors have filed their affidavits for the application. Two PKR lawmakers also filed constitutional questions which the court will hear on the same day.

PKR, PAS leaders allowed to intervene in NGOs’ suit against PM

Malaysiakini | The PKR duo sought to back a suit by Bersih and other NGOs against PM Muhyiddin Yassin because they were presently unable to fulfil their duties in Parliament. The PAS trio contended that the legal action would hinder the government’s efforts to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia. Edmund Bon confirmed that his clients, the NGOs, raised no objection to the intervener bids.

High Court to hear NGOs’ bid to refer Emergency Ordinance questions to Federal Court

The Edge Markets | The High Court will hear on July 22 an application by seven NGOs to refer questions of law related to the Emergency to the Federal Court. Lawyer New Sin Yew said this application cannot be deemed academic even if the Emergency ends, as they are challenging the ouster clause in Article 150(8) of the Federal Constitution, which excludes the court’s scrutiny over emergency declarations and ordinances.

High Court to hear bid to refer questions on emergency to Federal Court

Free Malaysia Today | The High Court will hear an application by NGOs on the emergency proclamation on July 22. The groups’ lawyer, New Sin Yew, told the court that the group, the AGC, and the five intervenors have filed their affidavits for the application. Two PKR lawmakers also filed constitutional questions which the court will hear on the same day.

PKR, PAS leaders allowed to intervene in NGOs’ suit against PM

Malaysiakini | The PKR duo sought to back a suit by Bersih and other NGOs against PM Muhyiddin Yassin because they were presently unable to fulfil their duties in Parliament. The PAS trio contended that the legal action would hinder the government’s efforts to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia. Edmund Bon confirmed that his clients, the NGOs, raised no objection to the intervener bids.