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A constitutional democracy is a noisy place. Everyone can share their opinions, of course within limits, as loudly as they want to. This includes criticising and speaking truth to power as often as you want. 

But when influential politicians start hitting out at the judiciary without any proof of the allegations they make, there can be very serious consequences for one of the key pillars of democracy. ..

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