Jun 162011
 June 16, 2011  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

Joseph Yen reports:

The Constitutional Court is scheduled to hold a hearing today to debate on privacy versus freedom of the press after a reporter filed a petition seeking constitutional interpretation of a local court ruling against him for repeatedly violating celebrities’ personal space.

It is reportedly the seventh time such a hearing was ever held in the history of the Constitutional Court since it was first established in 1993 with the purpose of resolving constitutional disputes.

The Constitutional Court also made an unprecedented decision to broadcast the hearing live on the official website of the Judicial Yuan.

Read more on The China Post.

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