FORMER Director of Public Prosecutions Lillian Siyunyi has filed a petition in the Constitutional Court challenging the process which led to her removal from office. Siyunyi, who has cited the Attorney General as the Respondent in her petition, is arguing that the Judicial Complaints Commission displayed biases against her and did not form a proper quorum at every hearing, among other claims. Siyunyi has also argued that only two out of the 11 complaints she was facing before the JCC had been heard. “Between 20 November, 2021 and 15 August, 2022, a total of eleven (11) Complaints were lodged with the JCC against your Petitioner. Your Petitioner shall aver that while she was notified of the 11 Complaints and asked…...

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