High Court judge had erred in vernacular school case, submits lawyer

Published on 5 Jul 2023 9:59:53 PM

The High Court judge who ruled that teaching Tamil and Mandarin in vernacular schools was constitutional had erred when he said that the usage of the languages at the schools was protected under Article 152(1) of the Federal Constitution, the Court of Appeal heard on Wednesday (July 5).

Lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla said the judge, Justice Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali made an error in his reading and interpretation of policy papers on education system and language to determine his interpretation of Article 152(1) of the Constitution.

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