CHIEF Justice Sir Albert Palmer will make his ruling on the case challenging the constitutionality of the Political Parties Integrity Act (PPIA) at 2pm today, inside court room 1.
This came after he adjourned his ruling on Thursday, with no reasons given for the adjournment.
The ruling is to see whether the constitutional guarantee to freedom of association has been infringed by the PPI Act.
Solomon Islands Democratic Party (SIDP), which has refused to register under the Act, took the matter to court, claiming certain provisions within the Act are unconstitutional.
Legal counsel of SIDP, Gabriel Suri had presented his submission on Monday with John Muria Jnr made the defense submission on behalf of Attorney General Chambers.
By EDDIE OSIFELO