Opposition Parties in South Sudan Vocal Against New Electoral Law Ahead of Historic General Election

JUBA, South Sudan — Opposition parties in South Sudan are expressing strong criticism of a recently implemented electoral regulation, claiming that it is designed to exclude them from the upcoming general election. This election will mark the first democratically elected government in the world’s youngest nation. The Coalition of Opposition Parties has submitted a petition to the country’s Political Party Council, demanding the repeal of the $50,000 registration fee imposed on parties intending to field candidates in the forthcoming polls. The People’s Progressive Party, SSOA, Coalition of Opposition Parties, and United People’s Party are among … Read more

New Jersey Attorney General Refuses to Defend Unconstitutional Primary Ballot Laws

Trenton, New Jersey – Attorney General Matt Platkin has declared three New Jersey statutes that govern the state’s primary ballots as unconstitutional. In a letter sent to Judge Zahid N. Quraishi, Platkin stated that his office will not defend these statutes. The announcement comes as Judge Quraishi is expected to rule against the “county line” system in a lawsuit filed by U.S. Senate candidate Andy Kim. The “county line” system refers to the county party line on New Jersey’s primary ballots. Platkin’s opposition to this system holds significant weight as he is an upper echelon … Read more

Former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch Defends C… with Legal Insights, Raises Questions

Washington, D.C. – Former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has come under scrutiny for her involvement in a controversial case, where she acted as a lawyer for a major technology company. The case, involving the defense of Google against antitrust allegations, has raised concerns about conflicts of interest and the ethical responsibilities of high-ranking government officials. Lynch, who served as Attorney General under the Obama administration, recently disclosed her involvement as counsel for Google when under oath during a congressional hearing. This revelation has sparked a debate regarding her impartiality and whether she should have … Read more

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost Unveils Enhanced “Yellow Book” with New Chapter on Law Enforcement Records

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has released the updated 2024 edition of the Sunshine Laws Manual, also known as the “Yellow Book.” This manual serves as a resource for Ohioans to better understand their rights and assists public officials in fulfilling their responsibilities under Ohio’s Public Records and Open Meetings laws. The manual has been revised to ensure its accuracy and relevance in light of the evolving legal landscape. Yost emphasizes the importance of transparency in government, stating that without it, citizens cannot fully participate in their democracy or hold their leaders … Read more