Court lifts three-month suspension of The Edge’s publications


KUALA LUMPUR: The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd is now back in business after the High Court here quashed the Home Ministry’s decision to suspend its two publications – The Edge Financial Daily and The Edge Weekly.

High Court (Appellate and Special Powers) judge Justice Asmabi Mohamad ordered the three-month suspension lifted and the Home Ministry pay RM15,000 in costs to the publication company.

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