‘Women will lead judiciary’


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  • Friday, 29 Sep 2017

Extending his stay: Zulkefli being sworn in as Court of Appeal president for another two years. Witnessing the ceremony are Md Raus, other Federal Court judges and Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali.

PUTRAJAYA: The highest judicial posts will soon be held by women, said Court of Appeal president Tan Sri Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin.

Speaking after his reappointment, he said the Court of Appeal now has more women judges than men, at 29 to 15.

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