The suspended SODELPA parties involved in the court case against Watisoni Nata and others has been given a hearing date.
The matter was called before Judge Justice Vishwa Sharma at the Tax Tribunal Court today.
The High Court had earlier ruled that the validity of the suspended SODELPA’s 2019 annual general meeting and elections made during the AGM had been deemed’ unlawful, invalid and ineffective’ by Justice Sharma.
The plaintiffs, who were the executive party members, had taken SODELPA (in suspension) to court, claiming that it breached the party constitution, the Act and the 2013 Constitution when SODELPA (in suspension) held its AGM in Savusavu last year.
Justice Sharma had declared that the AGM breached the party constitution and Fiji’s 2013 Constitution.
Counsel for Watisoni Nata and others told the court that they had filed the affidavit on the matter, however have not received a response.
Counsel for SODELPA (in suspension) members, Ro Filipe Tuisawau, Adi Litia Qionibaravi and Usaia Peter Waqatairewa, Simione Valenitabua Senior from Valenitabua and Associates has sort time until Monday next week to file an affidavit of application for stay.
He had not filed an affidavit in response which was due on the 8th of this month.
The matter will be called for hearing on the 3rd of July.