The country currently boasts a large number of serious and honorable members within the ranks of its judiciary, people who are a credit to their profession and are not afraid of confronting major cases and interests.
Occasionally these figures may make mistakes or show some form of excess, but the fact remains that they operate in a much more professional manner than previous generations.
They also give society the impression that the days of impunity are over and that the judiciary operates in the public interest.
It is logical that this strikes fear into the hearts of certain members of the local political system and a number of powerful officials who had grown accustomed to going about their business without ever being held accountable for their actions.
It is our duty to defend those members of the judiciary who do their jobs properly and have nothing to do with any political or other exchange.