Trio sue Dr M, cabinet over Lynas' 6-month operating licence extension

Hidir Reduan Abdul Rashid


Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and the cabinet have been targeted by a lawsuit seeking to quash the government’s 6-month extension of the operating licence for the controversial Lynas rare earth processing plant.

This was revealed by copies of an ex parte judicial review leave application by Save Malaysia Stop Lynas chairperson Tan Bun Teet, 71, and two other Kuantan residents, Ismail Abu Bakar, 71, and G Ponusamy, 68, which were filed by law firm Messrs Azri Lee Swee Seng & Co at the Kuala Lumpur High Court Registry on Nov 8...

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