These are the Attorney-General's submissions made in respect of the Applicant's application for leave to apply for judicial review under Order 53 rule 1 of the Rules of Court (Cap. 322, R 5,2006 RevEd) [AG's BOA Tab 1J.
Order 53 rule 1(3) of the Rules of Court requires all applications for leave to apply for judicial review to be served on the Attorney-General, It is also well- established that the Attorney-General has a right to attend and be heard at the hearing ofan application for leave to apply for judicial review "in the interest of the Government in particular and the public in general": see PrakashJ's judgment inChan Hiang Leng Colin& Ors v. Minister for Information and the Arts  2 SLR(R) 627 at 647 [AG's BOA Tab2J, citingGeorge John v. Goh Eng Wah
A declaratory judgment that it is the elected President and not his advisors who make the final determination of the Applicant's petition for clemency (Prayer 2 of theas and Paragraph 2(a) of the Statement);
An order that the Applicant is entitled to be pardoned or is alternatively entitled not to be deprived of his life because the conduct of the Minister of Law has irreversibly tainted the clemency process with apparent bias
An order that the Applicant is entitled to see all the materials that will be before the Cabinet on his clemency petition including and in particular the trial Judge's report, the Chief Justice's report or other reports of the Appellate Court and the Attorney-General's
An order that the Applicant is entitled not to be deprived of his life on account of he having suffered grave injustice as a result of the actions of the President and Cabinet(Prayer 12 of the OS andParagraph 2(g) of the Statement).
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