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Constitutional Court doesn’t have enough judges to hear Romeo Zibani’s case

It it has emerged that the Constitutional Court does not have adequate judges to hear an application filed last month by a University of Zimbabwe law student Romeo Taombera Zibani who is contesting the temporary appointment of retired Justice Vernanda Ziyambi as part of a panel of judges who recently sat at the Supreme Court to hear his then challenge against the selection of a new chief justice to replace the retired Godfrey Chidyausiku.

According to Veritas, a legal and parliamentary watch group, it will be difficult to fill the ConCourt bench with the required nine judges to hear Zibani’s case as some of the judges are part of his challenge. Veritas noted that none of the judges who are parties to the case, will be able to sit, nor will the judges who recused themselves from the appeal. The watch group further notes that Judges of the High Court will probably have to be called upon to sit in the Constitutional Court.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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One Comment on “Constitutional Court doesn’t have enough judges to hear Romeo Zibani’s case

  1. #Malema: Appointments to the Constitutional Court must be done in interests of the best integrity of the justice system. 40 #MalemaToZuma Although the Constitutional Court has ruled out seven istrative courts refused to investigate proceedings

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