May 16 decision on Ipoh Timor MP's bid to throw out charge under Peaceful Assembly Act

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  • Monday, 05 May 2014

IPOH: The Sessions Court here has fixed May 16 to decide on the application to acquit and discharge an Opposition MP over a charge of organising a public gathering last year without giving prior notice.

Judge Noor Hayati Mat presided over the case Monday on behalf of Sessions Court judge Rushan Lufti Mohamed, who was on emergency leave.

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