Govt’s bid to dismiss automatic citizenship case denied


KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has fixed June 30 to hear a lawsuit filed by an NGO and six Malaysian mothers with foreign spouses who are seeking for their children, born abroad, to be given automatic citizenship.

This follows a decision by High Court judge Justice Akhtar Tahir, who dismissed an application by the government to strike out the suit on grounds that the lawsuit was not frivolous, vexatious and an abuse of court process.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 53
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In Nation

Flash flood at Penang airport caused by clogged drains, says Mansor
Police appoint Comm Hazani Ghazali as GE15 operations director
IKIAM signs MOU with Southern Thailand Islamic Religious Council
Johor to review new housing projects to improve drainage system
Malaysia Chambers Jakarta to be effective platform post-pandemic
Sabah Barisan sounds election war drums with Blue Wave Tour
Mosti seeks international collaboration for National Planet Health plan
TalentCorp needs to be empowered to realise goals, says Saravanan
Shahidan prepared to explain, respects right to sue over flood mitigation
PM leaves UN General Assembly in New York for UAE

Others Also Read