Niehaus' remarks are the most recent, salvo terminated at the country's legal executive by Zuma and his supporters as of late.
Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) representative Carl Niehaus has blamed the judiciary for being a tyranny, after Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Monday documented court papers to the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) requesting that it sentence previous president Jacob Zuma to two years in prison for hatred of court.
This follows Zuma's refusal to show up before the Commission of Inquiry Into Allegations of State Capture a week ago to address addresses put to him as requested by the pinnacle court in January.
Police Minister Bheki Cele and Correctional Services Commissioner Arthur Fraser were refered to respondents to the case as the commission needs them to be requested to impact Zuma's detainment should its application succeed.
Niehaus, a big fan of Zuma, took to Twitter on Monday to propose to his devotees that the legal executive was never going to budge on developing the emergency encompassing the previous president's stalemate with Justice Zondo.
He has rehashed his pledge that the MKMVA would contradict "as far as possible" any endeavors by the Zondo commission to consider Zuma responsible.
He tweeted: "Have #JudgeZondo and the entire #StateCaptureCommission lost their brains? It is safe to say that they are recklessly determined adapted to develop the emergency that they have made and push our country over the edge? This is currently a fascism of the legal executive. #MKMVA will contradict this as far as possible! [SIC]".
Have #JudgeZondo and the entire #StateCaptureCommission lost their psyches? Is it accurate to say that they are recklessly determined twisted to extend the emergency that they have made, and push our country over the edge? This is currently a fascism of the legal executive. #MKMVA will restrict this as far as possible!
— Carl Niehaus (@niehaus_carl) February 22, 2021
Niehaus' remarks are the most recent salvo terminated at the country's legal executive by Zuma and his allies as of late, who have blamed a few appointed authorities for progressing political plans and taking hush-money. Zuma has focused on the courts, asserting appointed authorities had "sold their spirits" and spurned their vows of office.
Niehaus disclosed to The Citizen a week ago that the MKMVA "earnestly trust that there won't be an irresponsible endeavor to capture president Zuma. We don't accept that it's in light of a legitimate concern for the country, nor in light of a legitimate concern for the ANC".
On Monday, President Cyril Ramaphosa pummeled the assaults on the legal executive saying individuals – particularly those in places of force – ought not make such cases without introducing proof.
"There are clear cycles set up in law to manage claims of wrongdoing against individuals from the legal executive.
"Any individual who has proof of any bad behavior by any appointed authority should utilize the roads gave in our Constitution and in our law to guarantee that proper move is made," Ramaphosa said in his week after week pamphlet.
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