SFC: Adly Zahari’s legal action to stop Melaka polls non-justiciable

KUALA LUMPUR: The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has objected to the leave application for a judicial review brought by Adly Zahari to stop the Melaka state election scheduled for Nov 20, saying that the legal action brought by the former Melaka chief minister is non-justiciable.

Senior federal counsel S. Narkunavathy told the High Court that the applicant (Adly) did not have an arguable case for the merits to be heard at the substantive hearing of the judicial review.

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