Zondo's Interview Is Met With Criticism From The African National Congress
Support For president Cyril Ramaphosa's appointment of Lieutenant Presiding Judge Raymond Zondo, various sectors of society have expressed their unwavering support for the larger, better superiors who is ready to get things accomplished. The ANC has also broken their silence on the appointment, in the most welcoming of tones.
Zondo will maintain his position in the Privy Council until early 2024, after his non-reestablishment decade - long contract ends.
Despite the fact that the Judiciary Services Committee (Jsc), after interviewing three candidates, recommended Highest Appellate jurisdiction President, Judge Mandisa Maya, Ramaphosa, who has the respect to traditional to choose his own push, favored advancement in the country's most important institution.
In a declaration posted on the ANC's official Twitter page, the ANC expressed its delight at Zondo's appointment as the state's current Presiding Judge and, more importantly, Maya's deployment as his designated agent.
It complemented Ramaphosa's approach to making the vetting process as simple and principled as possible.
This is in consideration of the Government's invitation to the entire people to submit their judgment to ranging from 3.
The declaration went on to say that the President used a principled approach to reaching his judgment by exercising the power granted to him by the legislation.
In addition, despite some analysts' claims that the Presidency overlooked the JSC's choice, Maya, the ANC cited section 174 (3) of the legislation, which clearly contradicts this.
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