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The national interest must prevail over the institutional interest

The argument of constitutionality must not be used as a shield to justify the institutional interest and create confusion for the public. The recent news titled “ACC’s role of both investigation and prosecution flawed” creates more confusion than clarity. The news even quotes a judicial official who states that Supreme Court decisions are “not legally binding.”

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