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Fiji Sun Court News – Nov 25

Today Ashna Kumar looks at the following cases that we heard in Suva: 1. Two men who are alleged to have broken into the chiefly residence of the Speaker of
25 Nov 2020 15:48

Today Ashna Kumar looks at the following cases that we heard in Suva:

1. Two men who are alleged to have broken into the chiefly residence of the Speaker of Parliament, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, and stole items appeared at the High Court in Suva today. 36-year-old farmer, Ratu Jone Latianara and 34-year-old baker, Semi Vakarau, appeared before Judge Justice Thushara Rajasinghe.

2. Chief Magistrate Usaia Ratuvili will deliver his ruling on the No Case to Answer application filed in the case of former Fijian Ambassador to the United States of America and diplomat, Solo Naivakarurubalavu Mara, next month. Defence lawyers Devanesh Sharma and Sharoneel Deo from R Patel Lawyers filed the application at the Magistrates Court in Suva on October 28 following the prosecution closing its case against Mara.

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