EC allowed to set aside stay, redelineation exercise back on track


PUTRAJAYA: The Election Commission (EC) will be able to continue its redelineation exercise, following the Court of Appeal's dismissal of a stay against its local enquiries.

The three-person panel led by Justice Idrus Harun found merit in the EC's application and set aside the Kuala Lumpur High Court's order for a stay pending the Selangor state government's appeal.

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