Sri Lanka's Supreme Court extends Interim injunction against dissolution of parliament until December 10

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court today concluded the hearing of the petitions filed against the dissolution of parliament by President Maithripala Sirisena and extended the injunction order issued suspending the Gazette by the President until December 10.The apex court for the fourth consecutive day heard the arguments on 13 Fundamental Rights petitions filed by political parties against the Gazette notification 2096/70 issued by the President to dissolve Parliament on 9th November.The seven-Judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Nalin Perera yesterday extended the interim order to December 8 but today extended the order to until the pronouncement of the verdict on Monday, December 10.The injunction order issued on Gazette 2096/70, will be in place until the verdict is delivered..............


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