Court sets Dec 21 to hear activists case over alleged participation in rally

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  • Monday, 19 Oct 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: The magistrate's court on Monday fixed December to hear an application by activists Adam Adli and Fariz Abdul Talib in relation to the unconstitutional issue over their charge for allegedly participating in #KitaLawan rally.

Magistrate Mohd Rehan Mohan Aris set Dec 21 after Adam and Fariz's counsel Michelle Jesudas informed the court that she needed a next mention date to enable them to file the application to challenge the constitutionality of the relevant provisions under Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.

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