Registrar of the High Court Antony Kapaswitchi has adjourned to April 15, 2021 a ruling on the application in which former president Peter Mutharika and former Chief Secretary Llyod Muhara are asking for suspension of the enforcement of the K69 million they were ordered to pay.

Mutharika and Muhara were found guilty of interfering with judiciary operations when they ordered Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda and another senior judge to proceed on forced leave.

Lawyer for the two, Mwayi Banda, said their basic argument is to allow the court to first hear the review of the matter scheduled on April 26, before proceeding with the enforcement of the matter.

Lawyer Khumbo Soko, representing Human Rights Defenders Coalition, one of the applicants in the matter, said they have already written banks asking for execution of the court order.

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