Judiciary Announcement

The Judiciary received a suit on 16th March 2016, 2221hrs regarding a possible conflict of interest of a member of the Council; however, this suit was submitted anonymously.

The Judiciary wishes to remind all members of the Yale-NUS community that anonymous submissions will not proceed to a hearing as the Constitution requires both the plaintiff and defendant to be present.

At most, anonymous submissions may lead the Judiciary to a review of Council conduct, but this review is unlikely at best.

If the plaintiff of this suit wishes to identify themselves, they may do so by emailing the Judiciary at yncjudiciary@gmail.com.

We will protect the identity of the plaintiff should they request confidentiality. Please also be reminded that hearings may be public or private, depending on which the plaintiff prefers.

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  1. […] Finally, the Judiciary is seeking to identify the plaintiff of an anonymous suit which was filed recently, as anonymous submissions cannot proceed to a hearing. More details on this can be found here: http://studentgov.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg/2016/03/26/judiciary-announcement/ […]

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