CJ-led govt against constitution, says former Speaker Nembwang
By N24 Correspondent
Monday, February 11th, 2013
Former Speaker Subas Nembwang has said that a government led by the Chief Justice would be gross violation of the interim constitution.
Speaking at an interaction in the capital today, Mr Nembang said that the constitution had not allowed the CJ and Justices in the jobs except in the legal sector.
The political crisis has deepened because of the demise of the Constituent Assembly without making a new constitution, he said.
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