South Africa’s rule of law is worsening | Citypress

South Africa’s rule of law is worsening

2021-10-15 01:17:00 PM

South Africa’s rule of law is worsening

Although South Africa’s democracy is more intact, its institutions more durable and its climate more transparent than most of its regional counterparts, its ranking has traditionally been dragged down by the lack of security.

South Africa’s best performance areas were in constraints on government, where it ranked 40th in the world; civil justice, where it came in 47th; and open government, where it came at number 32.In previous years the index has recorded a worsening trend in adherence to the rule of law across the globe as populist movements with anti-democratic instincts swept into power. This year 74.2% of countries surveyed experienced declines in rule of law performance and only 25.8% improved.

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According to the WJP, that 74.2% represents 84.7% of the world’s population, meaning 6.5 billion people were subjected to a reversal in the rule in the rule of law. Read more: City Press »

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It cant get worse... this is it. We are in shit. If you can save your self & your family, now is the time. Why magistrates/judges intimidate those who self represent. Is right to hv a lawyer but not compulsory. I attended several court proceedings and the way those who represents themselves are tteated is uncalled for. Just listen the evidence presented then take decision based on law

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Only 2 types of people are making it worse. 1. The thugs within the ANC. 2. The illegal immigrants. South Africa's intelligence is none existing

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