The Supreme Court said there will be no more postponement of the anti-terror law oral arguments, which had been moved from January 19 to February 2 upon the request of Solicitor General Jose Calida.
Ready or not ready, Calida – who had asked for the postponement after his top aides tested positive for COVID-19 – and the petitioners will go head to head on the feared anti-terror law next month.
The petitioners have handpicked 13 lawyers to represent them in the oral arguments.
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