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Supreme Court Hears Proportional Representation Case Today

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Supreme Court Hears Proportional Representation Case Today


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The Judiciary of Sierra Leone over the weekend confirmed that the Supreme Court matter between Honourable Abdul Kargbo, Councilor Hakiratu Maxwell-Caulker and the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, and the Electoral Commission will be presided over today 9th January, 2023 by the Honourable Chief Justice, His Lordship Justice Desmond Babatunde Edwards and four other empaneled Honourable Justices.

The Panel according to the Judiciary, will commence its first sitting this morning at 10:00am prompt. The matter was filed by J.F.K and Partners on behalf of Honourable Abdul Kargbo as First Plaintiff and Councilor Hakiratu Maxwell-Caulker as Second Plaintiff against the Attorney General and Minister of Justice as First Defendant and the Electoral Commission as Second Defendant on the usage of the Proportional Representation (PR System) for the 2023 Multitier elections.

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