Selin ATAY-TDO-The Scottish appeal court handling the application in Edinburgh, Scotland's governing center, ruled UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament for 5 weeks before the new legislative year was unlawful.

Different party MPs claimed that the suspension of Parliament was unlawful and anti-democratic, while a panel of three judges at Scotland's highest court ruled that this claim was in place in terms of illegality.

In its defense, the UK government said Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was a political one, thus it did not fall within the realm of law.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s lengthy suspension of Parliament at a time of high concern over Brexit, just before the October 31 deadline, had been criticized by both opposition and Conservative Party MPs.


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