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Maldives lawmakers dismiss Chief Justice and senior judge

Reuters Monday, 18 November 2019
Maldives lawmakers voted on Monday to dismiss the Chief Justice and a Supreme Court judge - a move the government said was part of an overhaul of the judiciary, but the opposition branded an attack on the independence of the courts.
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