Cassation Court Postpones Looking into Wa’ad Dissolution Until Technical Office Issues it Report
2018-03-19 - 6:54 p
Bahrain Mirror: Cassation Court rejected on Monday (March 19, 2018) an urgent request demanding to stop the dissolution of National Democratic Action Society (Wa'ad), the second largest opposing political society in the country, and adjourned that case until the technical office issues its report.
The Ministry of Justice had filed a lawsuit demanding the dissolution of the secular opposing Wa'ad society. Wa'ad was dissolved on May 31, 2017 and the verdict against it was upheld by appeals court on October 26, 2017.
Wa'ad is considered to be the third opposition society that has been dissolved since the outbreak of mass protests in the country in 2011, following the Islamic Action Association (Amal) and the National Islamic Wefaq Society, the largest opposition group that was dissolved a year ago.
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