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Tissa's petition challenging expulsion to be supported on March 19
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Tissa's petition challenging expulsion to be supported on Marc...

by Chitra Weerarathne The petition filed in the Supreme Court by Parliamentarian Tissa Attanayake regarding his purported expulsion from the UNP will be supported in court onMarch 19, 2015 after notification to the respondents by the ... Sri Lanka Island, 2 weeks ago

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Supreme Court judge urges MPs to approve monogamy bill

A bill to promote happy and monogamous marriages has been submitted to parliament. The bill was put forward by Supreme Court Judge U Soe Nyunt yesterday for debate in the Pyithu Hluttaw. A range of Pyithu Hluttaw committees, including those for ...
 Myanmar Times2 weeks ago Bill approved to nab those hoarding black money abroad  Rediff.com1 week ago Cabinet Tables Bill for Stationing of NATO Battalion in Bulgaria  Sofia News Agency2 weeks ago Rajya Sabha passes Mines and Minerals Bill  Business Standard1 week ago
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Fletcher Questions Power of Unelected Supreme Court Judges

PARLIAMENT HILL, OTTAWA—Conservative MP Steven Fletcher lauds a Supreme Court ruling that upends the law on doctor-assisted suicide, but he's not sure the judges that fulfilled his wish should have had the power to do so. They are unelected, ...
 Epoch Times2 weeks ago Centre says collegium system of appointing judges is illegal  Deccan Herald1 week ago Legal actions taken against two judges  Eleven Myanmar2 weeks ago Appointment of Kalyani as MKU Vice-Chancellor Upheld  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Supreme Court dismisses Masumba's appeal

Tweet MUBANGA NONDO, Ndola THE Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal in which Mufumbwe member of Parliament Stephen Masumba was challenging his conviction and 12-month jail sentence slapped on him by the High Court for using an accounting ...
 Zambia Daily Mail3 weeks ago Dowry cases: SC refuses to review its order on restrain from cops  Indian Express2 weeks ago SUPREME COURT RESUMES HEARING ON SIX HYDROPOWER PROJECTS IN UTTARAKHAND  IPA Newspack.com2 weeks ago Supreme Court to High Courts: Don’t take pleas on NJAC  Asian Age2 weeks ago

Katju lovin' parliament censure, as Jaitley says NJAC-cheerleader evidence of broken collegium

Both houses of parliament have now condemned former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju for his blog post calling Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose , British and Japanese agents, respectively. Rajya Sabha leader Arun Jaitley used the ...
 Legally India2 weeks ago RS condemns Katju, members want action  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Emperor Akbar Real Father of Nation: Katju  Kashmir Observer2 weeks ago Markandey Katju's 'Gandhi a British Agent' Comment Condemned in Parliament  NDTV2 weeks ago

If Land Bill is Passed in Rajya Sabha, Then We Will Show That People's Parliament is Supreme: Hazare

MUMBAI: Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare, who has announced a 'padyatra' against Land Acquisition Bill, today said if the Bill gets passed in Rajya Sabha, then people will have to show that 'jan sansad' (people's parliament) is supreme in the ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago People's Parliament Supreme, Says Anna Hazare  Outlook2 weeks ago PTI - HAZARE - People's Parliament supreme, says Hazare  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago People's Parliament supreme, says Hazare  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago

Egypt SC decision on election law may delay Egyptian parl polls

In Egypt, Supreme Court has ruled part of an election law unconstitutional, possibly delaying Parliamentary polls which begin this month. The ruling referred to sections of the law on division of electoral districts.
 News on Air3 weeks ago Egypt's new labour law awaits parliament: Minister  Al Ahram3 weeks ago Electoral limbo again  Masress.com2 weeks ago Egypt court ruling opens way for possible election delay  First Post.com3 weeks ago

Govt: Respect House call to junk collegium

NEW DELHI: The Centre on Tuesday said the Supreme Court must acknowledge the unprecedented unanimity in Parliament to amend the Constitution to replace the opaque collegium system, by which judges appoint judges, with a transparent multi-member ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Parliament, not us, can bar tainted netas from contesting polls: SC

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the judiciary could not restrain tainted people from contesting elections as it could not enter the domain of the legislature, which alone was competent to enact a law on this issue.
 Times of India1 month ago
One India

Parliament should decide what is good for democracy: Supreme Court

"To save democracy, parliamentarians can say what sort of people should be there," it observed, adding "it is not for us to say what is good governance. NEW DELHI: Judiciary cannot step into the legislature's arena to bar elected members with criminal ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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