2014
05.19

unnamedIt’s interesting… When South Africa wrote their Constitution… They recognized how their courts had perpetuated apartheid, denied people’s human and civil rights, and persecuted their critics.

Their constitution makes sure that their judiciary is the weakest and most vulnerable branch of their government.

“Having no constituency, no purse and no sword, the judiciary must rely on moral authority.”

South Africa did not enable their branches of government to usurp the power of the other branches.

They knew about the United State’s Rule 1.6 problem of the judiciary usurping the power of the entire government… appointing presidents… concealing their sedition.

OF COURSE ANY COUNTRY WRITING A NEW CONSTITUTION WOULD KNOW WHAT HAPPENED IN THE USA… AND AVOID THE INJUSTICE AND OPPORTUNITY FOR JUDICIAL CORRUPTION WITHOUT PROSECUTION.

SOUTH AFRICA: THE JUDICIARY AS THE SITE OF STRUGGLE FOR POLITICAL POWER

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