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* Sri Lanka Judges' Association to meet tomorrow to decide action over attack on judge
Mon, Oct 8, 2012, 09:53 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Oct 08, Colombo: The executive committee of Sri Lanka Judicial Service Association has decided to hold an urgent meeting of the general assembly of the Association tomorrow in Colombo Hultsdorf Court Complex and all the members of JSA are requested to attend the special general meeting.

The meeting is scheduled to be held Tuesday (09) at the Colombo District Court at 10 a.m. A large number of magistrates and the district judges from all over the island are expected to attend the meeting.

Secretary of JSA Additional District Judge of Colombo Pradeep Jayathilake said that the judges have decided to boycott court proceedings tomorrow as well and it is expected that the proceedings at the courts island wide will be disrupted tomorrow too.

The Association yesterday issuing a statement said the Executive Committee of the JSA at an emergency meeting has unanimously decided for all the judges of the minor judiciary to keep away from the normal duties on 08th of October 2012 as a mark of protest on the attack on the Secretary of Judicial service Commission. The JSA will decide tomorrow regarding the actions to be taken against the attack on the Secretary.

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