What is the linguistic term for the type of sentence whose predicate is a complete sentence with a subject and a verb?
As in the following examples:
Those who stole money from the company — we will fire them; those who revealed the crime — we will reward them.
I know these sentences can be inverted to read:
We will fire those who stole money from the company and we will reward those who revealed the crime.
But I want to know the linguistic term for the type of sentence I am asking about.