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Doughty IFP MP Narend Singh asked, during president's question time, whether the president would not consider introducing a new institution to effect what is clearly the best practice means of complying with the court's judgment.
The reply was a total surprise: the president found the idea of establishing a new Chapter Nine Institution to prevent, combat, investigate and prosecute grand corruption a "refreshing" one worthy of "mulling over". All of the advocacy, ongoing litigation, representations to (and the IFP motion in) parliament, as well as proposed draft legislation have apparently not crossed the presidential radar until now.
The president will be able to mull well by making the Glenister case pag...
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