Monday, May 22, 2006

Proclamation could be challenged in SC: Legal experts

Legal experts have said that the proclamation of the House of Representatives could be challenged at the Supreme Court as a normal case since the proclamation did not mention anything about the Supreme Court (SC).

Former Justice of the SC, Laxman Prasad Aryal, said that the proclamation could be challenged in the Supreme Court as other cases, as the proclamation did not mention anything about the SC reports.

He said that the case should not be analyzed as a normal case, as it was done in a changed political situation and it was issued as per the people’s aspiration expressed during the people’s movement.

SC Justice Anup Raj Sharma also opined that the Supreme Court can test the constitutionality of the proclamation of the parliament.

Talking to journalists after a function at the Supreme Court on Sunday, Justice Sharma also asked parliamentarians whether the proclamation is constitutional or a political decision.

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