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Haa judge to preside over lhakhang Karpo corruption trial

No conflict of interest says Supreme Court Judiciary: The Haa district court judge will preside over the lhakhang Karpo case after the Supreme Court Chief Justice gave the green signal in an order that will be dispatched today. Chief Justice Tshering Wangchuk in his order said that there is no need for the judge to […]

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