President Can’t be Own Judge – Madonsela

Madonsela calls for the Executive Ethics Act to be amended so that ‘the president cannot be a judge in his own case’

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has called for the Executive Ethics Act to be amended so that "the president cannot be a judge in his own case."

Madonsela says that the president is the executive guardian of political ethics and there would be a clear conflict of interest if findings were made against him.

Members of the opposition proposed that parliament's rules be amended to include sanctions against the president should he fail to account to Parliament.

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Source: 
Times Live

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