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'Govt will seek review 16th amendment verdict'

Staff Reporter |
Inserted: 16:12, Sunday 13 August 2017 || Updated: 18:57, Monday 14 August 2017

'Govt will seek review 16th amendment verdict' - National
Law Minister Anisul Huq speaking at a press conference at Dhaka Reporters' Unity (DRU) in the capital on Sunday (August 13, 2017)

Dhaka: The government will seek a review for expunging some of the observations of the Chief Justice in the Supreme Court verdict on 16th amendment case.

Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq made the assertion while speaking at a press conference at Dhaka Reporters’ Unity.

Read more: HC publishes full verdict of 16th amendment

However, the minister did not mention any specific date for seeking the review.

Anisul Huq also observed that the history of the country was distorted in the verdict. “It was irrelevant to mention that there had not been any sole leadership in the Liberation War.”

Read more: CJ's verdict observations vindictive: Minister

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