Written by Amani Nilar
12 Aug, 2022 | 6:14 pm
COLOMBO (News 1st); The Sri Lankan Supreme Court has granted to proceed with the three Fundamental Rights (FR) petitions that were filed seeking a ruling that the imposition of the State of Emergency under the Public Security Ordinance violates the Fundamental Rights of the people.
The FRs were filed by three parties including Attorney-at-Law Namini Pandith and Rusiru Egodage.
The Supreme Court said that NO interim order preventing the implementation of the Emergency Regulations will be issued at this time.
The Attorney General was ordered by the Supreme Court to report back in two weeks with regard to the amendments that need to be made on the concent of the Emergency Regulations.
The petitions will be taken up from the 28th of October.
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