ConCourt picket against Walus parole not attack on judiciary: Lesufi – SABC News

African National Congress (ANC) Gauteng Panyaza Lesufi says their picket outside the Constitutional Court is not an attack on the judiciary.

On Saturday, Lesufi joined the ANC and its alliance partners, the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) to protest a court order to free Janusz, the killer of former SACP secretary-general Chris Hani. Valus.

On Monday, the court decided to release the Polish immigrant on parole within 10 days.

SACP, ANC picket against parole of Janusz Walus:

SACP, ANC picket against the Janusz Walus parole ruling

The court’s decision sparked outrage from the SACP, Hani’s family and other stakeholders.

“Are we going to burn down this Constitutional Court? No. Are we here to personally attack any judge? No. We’re just out on the street to show our displeasure, and that’s in the Bill of Rights,” Lesoufi says.

The tripartite alliance partners, the ANC, SACP and COSATU, say they are still unaware of Hani’s brutal murder.

Speaking outside the court, military veteran Dan Hutto raised the issue of transparency.

“We are not against the judicial system, but we want the truth, and the truth is simple, Janusz Walus did not tell us what actually happened, who was his employee,” says Hato.

The SACP takes action against Kankur’s decision to parole Janusz Walus:

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