Avoid disputes between Judiciary and the Executive….

The Judicial Service Association of Sri Lanka has been in touch with the Judicial Services Commission to prevent an unwarranted quarrel from arising between the Judiciary and the Executive. 

The Judicial Service Association, which represents District Judges and Magistrates, noted that it has come to its attention that an attempt is being made to abuse the Act in order to create an unwelcome confrontation between the Judiciary and the Executive, based on the interim order that was issued by the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka with respect to a fundamental rights application filed to secure the mandate of the people enshrined in the Parliament (Powers and Privileges) Act, No.21 of 1953.


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