A quick scan of ñángara constitution-making from Vladimir Lenin to Manuel Zelaya, with pitstops in Cuba, Nicaragua and the fever-swamps of Tony Negri’s philosophy.
Last week, Judge Maria Lourdes Afiuni was barred from appointing her own counsel at a disciplinary tribunal to eject her from the bench. A bizarre injustice, but entirely in keeping with the kafkaesque seven year ordeal she has faced.
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