World «Outrage to justice»: Jacob Zuma must estimate her sentence
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The Constitutional Court asked Former South African President Jacob Zuma, pursued "contempt of justice", to determine his sentence himself in the event that he would be considered guilty. He must answer this Wednesday.
For three years, Jacob Zuma has refused to respond to the convocations of the commission to investigate widespread corruption during his presidency. In February, after an umpteenth refusal to testifyBecause this time, the former president had not only ignored a convocation of the commission but also violated a decision rendered in January by the Constitutional Court, forcing him to appear and depriving him of the right to remain silent.
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In a directive dated Friday and published on the website of the Constitutional Court, the latter request that Jacob Zuma determines "what constitutes the appropriate sanction". The former president must file, at the latest on Wednesday, a statement under oath explaining "the nature and magnitude of the sentence that should be imposed on him".Multiple millions of justice charges for the former President
The nine years of Jacob Zuma presidency were splashed by several scandals of corruption. He was finally pushed to the resignation in 2018. Today, Cyril Ramaphosa replaces him. He put the anti-corruption fight at the heart of his priorities.
Whatever the decision of the Constitutional Court, Jacob Zuma will have to pay the costs of criminal proceedings against him. According to the Court of Appeal of South Africa, they rise to several million euros.► to read also:
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How pretext traffic stops fund police departments — and put Black drivers in danger.Wright was stopped on what is called a “pretext traffic stop” — officers believed he had violated traffic laws, which legally allowed them to pull him over. After Wright gave the police his information, they found a warrant for his arrest: a non-court appearance that most likely was connected to an unpaid $346 in court fines and fees related to a cannabis and disorderly conduct conviction. As the police began to take him into custody, Wright became scared and re-entered his car.