The real importance of the rule of law today lies in the basic idea underlying all three points (but especially the first) that the state should use its power according to agreed rules, and not arbitrarily.
Proof that a dictatorship can co-exist with democracy! Following protocol only restraints the voice of the minority, a revolution is necessary in such times.
It appears that the EEF despite how how radical their views, they do have the courage to challenge the government. This video will show how the presiding chair lost control and requested a Minister of Parliament to withdraw a fact without reason.
These disruptions to parliament are an indication of South Africa’s critical stage in its history. Differences and hate speech are becoming ever increasing as political divides become evident. 2014 and 2015 are the years in which the South African National Assembly plunged into chaos, with the opposition being forced out not once but twice. Since then, the opposition has been vying for a vote of no confidence in the Speaker of Parliament and President, Jacob Zuma.
Zuma’s government is up to no good and is staging an unnecessary feud with Israel. In doing so they will be disrespecting the large Jewish community in South Africa. Zuma’s government is not concerned about Palestine. Zuma and his government don’t even care about their own people suffering in poverty or the Xenophobic attacks but now wants to show solidarity to matters, which are beyond their intellect.