As reported by Saudi Press Agency (SPA) these individuals, totalling 81, were convicted of various crimes including murdering innocent men, women and children.
"I want to congratulate Justice Ayesha Malik on becoming the first woman judge of the Supreme Court," Prime Minister Imran Khan said. "I wish her all the best," he added on Twitter.
President Kais Saied, a professor of constitutional law, who was elected on a popular vote, took drastic action when Tunisia was on the brink of economic collapse last year, dismissed the parliament, did away with the Supreme Judicial Council, and also dismissed 57 judges, blaming them for supporting corruption and terrorists.
"Whoever changes the status of persons, locations, or things, or conceals the evidence of a crime or knowingly gives false information about the same, for the purpose of misleading the court shall be sentenced to imprisonment."
A soccer star shot dead. Parliament gutted by fire. People trampled to death in riots. Even with the most spectacular crimes, South Africa’s criminal justice system can’t seem to keep up. For months, the nation has engaged in a lengthy