South African parliament to draft rules for removing heads of Chapter 9 institutions in midst of Public Protector scandal

By Jan Gerber, 10 September
South African flag (photo credit: pixabay)
South African flag (photo credit: pixabay)
The ANC and DA are singing from the same hymn sheet that the process to remove a head of a Chapter 9 institution, such as the Public Protector, needs to be fair. Parliament's rules committee wants to establish an independent advisory panel to evaluate evidence to take the "partisan sting" out of the process to remove a head of a Chapter Nine institution. The committee met on Tuesday to start its work on drafting rules for such a process and agreed to refer it to a subcommittee.
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