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    Farooq Gray

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  1. Chief Justice GRAY delivers the opinion of the court In light of the responsive pleading from the Ministry of Justice and the request from the petitioner, this court dismisses this issue with prejudice. Joined by: ALL
  2. Request for Judicial Review Granted; Election Precedence ________________________________________________ The Request for Judicial Review requested by Mr. Edward Selm has been granted. The Supreme Court of Oren will thus be accepting Amicus briefs from the public for the next three months. Any citizen, group or organization is permitted to submit an Amicus brief to the Court. After which, this Court shall review the original complaint, all briefs and any other relevant information to address the questions raised by Mr. Selm. Furthermore, no injunction shall be granted, and t
  3. Request for Judicial Review Granted; Election Cancellation and Ballot Nullification ________________________________________________ The request for judicial review by Mr. Samuel Savoyard has been granted. Furthermore, the Court is issuing a 24 hour injunction preventing the destruction of any and all votes and preventing voting from being resumed. The Supreme Court of Oren will thus be accepting Amicus briefs from the public for the next twelve saints hours. Any citizen, group or organization is permitted to submit an Amicus brief to the Court. After which, this Court shall
  4. Ruling on the Appeal in Crown v. Napier Justice GRAY delivered the opinion of the Court. Appellee, Edward Napier, is a well known member of Orenian Society who once served on the Council of State in the Basrid Administration. Since his resignation, he has engaged in certain immoral activities, leading to a reduction in his standing within society. While having a meeting with the Home Secretary, Mr. O’Rourke, he and his orc lover violently attacked Mr. O’Rourke, putting him in a fragile state. The orc was slain and Mr. Napier was arrested and immediately rushed to trial.
  5. Ruling on the Request for Injunctive Relief – E. Napier Justice GRAY delivered the opinion of the Court. It is the opinion of the court that Mr. Napier’s request for Injunctive Relief is to be granted. His trial is to be concluded, but if sentenced to death he will be held in custody and allowed a time of a year to file an appeal for the Supreme Court. Mr. Napier is not to be executed prior to this time. Joined by: All
  6. Farooq frowns after reading over the paper
  7. Ruling on the Request for Judicial Review: Second Lemonade Legal Reform Justice GRAY delivered the opinion of the Court. Mr. Barclay filed suit after the House of Commons passed The Second Lemonade Legal Reform Bill, which notably regulates the creation and authorization of militias. Oddly, Mr. Barclay voted aye before filling his suit, but this court shall not consider that to be a relevant fact. Instead. We consider Mr. Barclay’s request for judicial review on the basis of the House of Commons not having the jurisdiction to legislate on matters related to the milita
  8. Request for Judicial Review Granted; Second Lemonade Legal Reforms Bill (1776) ________________________________________________ The Request for Judicial Review requested by Mr. Conrad Barclay has been granted. The Supreme Court of Oren will thus be accepting Amicus briefs from the public for the next three months. Any citizen, group or organization is permitted to submit an Amicus brief to the Court. After which, this Court shall review the original complaint, all briefs and any other relevant information to address the questions raised by Mr. Barclay. ________________
  9. Ruling on the Request for Judicial Review: Corbish v. Ministry of Justice Justice GRAY delivered the opinion of the Court. As previously established in the Ruling on the Request for Judicial Review: Admissibility of testimonies of Non-Intelligent Persons a request for judicial review is only applicable to edict, act or order. As that ruling determined, the process only applies to “Edict, Act, or Order generally applies to actions of our legislative branch (The Imperial Diet), or our executive branch (The Government), and of course, in this sense is not appli
  10. Ruling on the Request for Judicial Review: Admissibility of testimonies of Non-Intelligent Persons Justice GRAY delivered the opinion of the Court. A request for Judicial Review has long been an essential part of the Orenian legal system. It was most recently reaffirmed by both The Diet and His Imperial Majesty with the Legal Procedure Act, 1772. The following guidelines were outlined by The Imperial Diet in relation to Invoking Judicial Review: a. Any Imperial subject or government may submit a Request for Judicial Review to call upon the Supreme Court t
  11. Farooq Gray votes NAY on sutican Bill PRESENT on legal reform bill AYE on Funding Bill NAY on adoption bill
  12. FAROOQ GRAY FOR SENSIBLE LEADERSHIP A History of Legislative Success Farooq Gray has proven himself as a competent and successful legislator. First serving in the 15th diet, he has worked with both Everardines and Josephites on bills. Most recently that was working with Sir Konstantin Wick on the Legal Procedures Bill. Yet, Mr. Gray has written his own bills, most recently having the Lex Criminalis reform bill pass unanimously in the house, leading to a safer Oren. Few candidates have the legislative experience of Farooq Gray. Experience and Leadersh
  13. SURNAME: Gray FIRST NAME: Farooq ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: Victory Street 6, Helena DATE OF BIRTH: 1730 Are you registered and eligible to vote in the Holy Orenian Empire? Yea Do you have any other title, peerage or military service that may conflict with becoming a Member of the House of Commons, as per the Edict of Reform (1763)? No If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the House of Commons, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: Yea
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