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THE High Court ruling last Thursday that the Sepang Municipal Council has no power to remove Automated Enforcement System (AES) cameras as they were located on federal roads has opened up a litany of legal issues that will slowly but surely work their way up to the highest court in the land.

But while the legal impasse may take some time to be resolved, the political ramifications have been immediate, which is not a surprise when every interested party is out to score points with the general election around the corner.

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