constitutional law

legal conflicts of interest

Auditor-general’s Sacking Case Adjourned, One Judge Recuses Himself

The auditorgeneral’s sacking case was adjourned after one judge recused himself due to a conflict of interest involving his family’s connection to a legal firm representing the auditorgeneral, emphasizing the case’s constitutional importance and the judiciary’s impartiality. The case is set to resume on May 29, sparking a national debate on legal authority and procedural propriety.

pension reform fiscal responsibility

Plans Afoot to Abolish Multiple Pensions

The government is planning to abolish multiple pensions for government officials, opting for a single lumpsum payment based on years of service. This reform aims to increase fairness, fiscal responsibility, and legal compliance, with the eligibility age set to rise from 60 to 65.

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