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KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has allowed an application by the Attorney-General's Chambers to be an intervener in a legal suit that challenges the Sepang Municipal Council's (MPS) decision to dismantle two Automatic Enforcement System (AES) cameras in the municipality.
High Court Judge Datuk Zaleha Yusuf said that the A-G's Chambers had the right to follow the case because it involves public interest and the Federal government has the right and power to do so.
Zaleha fixed Thursday to hear the case. - Bernama
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