Pedra Branca: KL failed to meet terms for seeking revision of ruling

Singapore argued that the "new facts" Malaysia relied on were already known to Malaysia - its legal team had made full arguments before the ICJ on such "facts" in the original case over the sovereignty of Pedra Branca (above).
Singapore argued that the "new facts" Malaysia relied on were already known to Malaysia - its legal team had made full arguments before the ICJ on such "facts" in the original case over the sovereignty of Pedra Branca (above).ST FILE PHOTO

Singapore's rebuttal published by ICJ, along with documents that Malaysia had submitted

Malaysia has failed to meet all the conditions required - save one - to apply for a revision of a 2008 judgment that awarded sovereignty of Pedra Branca to Singapore.

The only condition that was met: It submitted its application within the 10-year deadline.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 04, 2018, with the headline 'KL failed to meet terms for seeking revision of ruling'. Print Edition | Subscribe