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Movement control order: Parliament in the era of social distancing

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The movement control order poses an unforeseen constitutional dilemma for the federal and state governments. Should state assemblies still meet, regardless of the movement control order? Astro Awani’s Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan speak to former law professor Gurdial Singh Nijar, president of the National Human Rights Society (Hakam).

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