Judiciary Reshuffle Ineptly Calculated by Daniel Deng Monyde
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Jul 16, 2007 - 1:25:00 AM
Judiciary Reshuffle Ineptly Calculated
This unwell thought-out cabinet reshuffle, that saw the likes of Justice Ambrose Riny Thiik, the Former President of the Supreme Court (1st Chief Justice of Southern Sudan and Chief Justice of the NS Judiciary), left out, just like the Former Minister of Finance, currently released on bail for explicitly manifest corruption, leaves a lot to be desired. Itís quite absurd that one completely clean of any form of corruption in his record, like Justice Ambrose could be victimized equally the same as the Former GOSS Minister of Finance.
In spite of his heart condition, affecting his health, the mentioned Justice is one of his kind and can almost be compared to no other Justice in the history of
. He has a long serving experience in the field of Law and Politics, in addition to his other special abilities that go beyond description, especially his linguistic abilities at which he excels far better than his equals.
It is therefore unfortunate that such a young government like GOSS, in its Juvenile stage could throw away such incredible experience and credibility that can scarcely be found, and yet retain some Ministers that cannot even nearly be equally yoked to the mentioned Justice.
Justice Ambrose Riny Thiik, the Chief Justice of the NS Judiciary and first Chief Justice of Southern Sudan, can be referred to as the father of Justice in Southern Sudan, and shall always be remembered for his historical contribution to the Administration of Justice in Southern Sudan.
The Judiciary of Southern Sudan now therefore remains an orphan in the GoSS Orphanage, under the Custody of a guardian, following the Political Assassination of its father due to an improper and naÔve decision, made ineptly, from a short sighted perspective and narrow minded consultation.
In the light of the foregoing, I believe that the political arithmetic behind the GoSS cabinet reshuffle was not well calculated and even though it was made to appear sincere, it was sincerely absurd in this regard.
Daniel Deng Monyde,
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