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Police investigating lawyers’ march on claims it had more than 50 people

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Police investigating lawyers' march on claims it had more than 50 people

Police have reportedly initiated an investigation into the lawyers’ peaceful march, which took place in Port Louis last Friday.

This was the first time that lawyers had ever taken to the streets.

They denounced police brutality, following the incidents between Yatin Varma, president of the Bar Association, and officers of Immigration police.

Varma was disputing the extradition of Slovak national Peter Uricek despite a Court order prohibiting the extradition.

In separate media statements, several lawyers have raised concerns over the island’s “dictatorial drift.”

According to Defi Media, Assistant Police Commissioner Manaram is leading the investigation into probable “Breach Of Condition Imposed By The Commissioner Of Police For Holding A Peaceful March”.

The Police Chief reportedly claimed the procession had gathered more than 50 people.

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