Public Protector powers are binding‚ EFF's Trengove tells Constitutional Court

09 February 2016 - 12:52 By Ernest Mabuza

The case that seeks to give legal certainty about the powers of the Public Protector and the effect of remedial action taken by the office got under way in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday morning.The court began hearing arguments from the Economic Freedom Fighters‚ which last year asked the court to declare that the National Assembly had failed to fulfil its constitutional obligation to ensure that all executive organs of state were accountable to it in that it failed to ensure that Presiden...

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