Courts will be strained with AES cases, says Mahfuz


Hazlan Zakaria     Published     Updated     comments

The postponement of Automated Enforcement System (AES) summons cases by the Attorney-General's Chambers and refusal of the cabinet to put the traffic offense enforcement system on hold will create a glut of unresolved cases in the courts.


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Courts will be strained with AES cases, says Mahfuz

Hazlan Zakaria,

The postponement of Automated Enforcement System (AES) summons cases by the Attorney-General's Chambers and refusal of the cabinet to put the traffic offense enforcement system on hold will create a glut of unresolved cases in the courts.


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