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    Is 'soonest possible' fine?

    Najib must restore to the judiciary what is rightly theirs to act as check and balance in a parliamentary democracy by removing all anti-judicial review clauses from the country’s laws soonest possible. Najib must restore to the judiciary what is rightly theirs to act as check and balance in a parliamentary democracy by removing all anti-judicial review clauses from the country’s laws soonest possible.

    Do native speakers use 'soonest possible'? I was taught to use 'as soon as possible'.

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    Re: Is 'soonest possible' fine?

    No, it should read "as soon as possible."

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