Protesting the government's move to seek review of the Supreme Court verdict on the 16th constitutional amendment, the Supreme
The government’s petition seeking review of the scrapping of 16th constitutional amendment is a stand against the judiciary, the Supreme Court Bar Association says.
The government yesterday filed a petition with the Supreme Court seeking review of its verdict scrapping the 16th amendment to the constitution that had empowered parliament to remove SC judges for incapacity or misconduct.
The government files a petition with the Supreme Court seeking review of its judgement that scrapped the 16th amendment to the constitution which had empowered the parliament to remove its judges for incapacity and misbehavior.
The government will file a petition with the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court by the end of this month seeking review of its verdict that scrapped the 16th amendment to the constitution empowering parliament to remove SC judges for incapacity or misconduct.
The government is going to seek review of the entire verdict that scrapped the 16th amendment to the constitution.
The government may file a petition with the Supreme Court this week, seeking a review of the verdict that scrapped the 16th
A committee led by Attorney General Mahbubey Alam has been formed for filing a review petition against the Supreme Court verdict in the 16th amendment case.
Justice Md Abdul Wahhab Miah, now performing the functions of the chief justice, yesterday informed all the Supreme Court judges about the circumstances under which the court issued the statement about CJ Surendra Kumar Sinha two days ago.
The BNP yesterday briefed foreign diplomats stationed in Dhaka about the country's latest situation and some other issues relating to the
The BNP yesterday alleged that Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha was forced to refrain from carrying out his duties on the pretext of illness.
Law Minister Anisul Huq says that his government must go for a “legal challenge” to reinstate the 16th amendment to the constitution protecting independence of the country’s judiciary.
The Jatiya Sangsad last night unanimously passed a resolution for taking “proper” legal steps towards expunction of the chief justice's
They also threaten to wage a movement with a one-point demand of the CJ's removal. Any reasonable citizen would be concerned about the way the judgment was unnecessarily politicised.
BNP Standing Committee Member Khandakar Mosharraf Hossain says the government is drawing a design to “destroy the country’s judiciary” by raising demand for resignation of the chief justice in the pretext of the verdict on the 16th amendment to the constitution.
Some of the observations in the 16th amendment verdict may have been given “out of antipathy” towards the government and parliament although judges are bound by oath not to do anything out of antipathy or affection, Law Commission Chairman Justice ABM Khairul Haque said yesterday.
Law Minister Anisul Huq yesterday said the government was preparing for seeking review of the Supreme Court judgment that upheld
Law Minister Anisul Huq says that the government is taking preparation for seeking review of the Supreme Court judgment that upheld the High Court verdict scrapping the 16th amendment to the constitution.
Pro-Awami League and pro-BNP lawyers stage demonstrations and counter-demonstrations at different bar premises across the country, for the third day, over the Supreme Court verdict on 16th amendment to the constitution.