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The Coalition of United Political Partes, CUPP, has raised a fresh alarm over alleged ongoing plot by the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to alterThe Coalition of United Political Partes, CUPP, has raised a fresh alarm over alleged ongoing plot by the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to alter

Atiku vs Buhari: Alleged plot to handpick 7 justices against ex-VP at Supreme Court uncovered - Daily Post Nigeria

Atiku vs Buhari: Alleged plot to handpick 7 justices against ex-VP at Supreme Court uncovered - Daily Post Nigeria

Nigeria News - As Buhari, Atiku shift their battle to Supreme Court, CUPP, has alleged of plans in some quarters to jettison seniority in selection of justices.Nigeria News - As Buhari, Atiku shift their battle to Supreme Court, CUPP, has alleged of plans in some quarters to jettison seniority in selection of justices.

Atiku's appeal: CUPP alleges plot to alter seniority in selection of justices

“21 days until Great Britain leaves the EU. 17.4 million people 1218 days of waiting 12+ idiotic court cases 11 bias Supreme Court judges 4 previous PMs meddling Gina Miller flashing the cash The Queen over-ruled AND YET GREAT BRITS WILL PREVAIL #GetBrexitDone”

Katie Hopkins on Twitter: "21 days until Great Britain leaves the EU. 17.4 million people 1218 days of waiting 12+ idiotic court cases 11 bias Supreme Court judges 4 previous PMs meddling Gina Miller flashing the cash The Queen over-ruled AND YET GREAT BRITS WILL PREVAIL #GetBrexitDone"

“Why is one of the attorneys who appeared in this week’s LGBTQ employment discrimination cases at the Supreme Court ... doing this? The cases are submitted. He already said his piece. The justices are going to vote tomorrow. Why write this ahead or that? https://t.co/WKGTHZP3I0”

Cristian Farias on Twitter: "Why is one of the attorneys who appeared in this week’s LGBTQ employment discrimination cases at the Supreme Court ... doing this? The cases are submitted. He already said his piece. The justices are going to vote tomorrow. Why write this ahead or that? https://t.co/WKGTHZP3I0"

“At present, the #SupremeCourt issues about 75 to 80 written opinions per year, out of the roughly 7,000 cases that are brought before it seeking review. This is a huge workload shared among only nine #justices and their staff. @thehill https://t.co/2waFFUvMPO”

Armstrong Williams on Twitter: "At present, the #SupremeCourt issues about 75 to 80 written opinions per year, out of the roughly 7,000 cases that are brought before it seeking review. This is a huge workload shared among only nine #justices and their staff. @thehill https://t.co/2waFFUvMPO"

“Supreme Court justices should be held to a code of ethics—and held accountable when they fail to live up to it. https://t.co/gLg11YAUJ6”

Elizabeth Warren on Twitter: "Supreme Court justices should be held to a code of ethics—and held accountable when they fail to live up to it. https://t.co/gLg11YAUJ6"