Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Are The Court Of Appeals Rigging Elections With The Executive Branch???











14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes! Sham Elections, rigged process, and conspiracy to deny real democracy to the people of Seychelles.

This petition says it all.

What is conclusive, is the prays have been denied already.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

You should stop praying to Parti Lepep.

Anonymous said...

The prayer, if the relief sought SNP Blind man.

It is a legal not religous terminology.

The problem with you all, is that you have been hiding behind a priest for 17 years.

When you come from behind his robe, you see the world in terms of religion only, and he has become a priets millionaire off our suffering and you have no clue why we keep losing elections!

Instead of offering a tone of support for Viral Dhangee's effort to null and void elections, you go back to the national assembly, and give credibility to Michel, to secure your salaries while PL spits on you on national television.

We are tired of the No.2 strategy and the No. 2 attitude that comes from SNP.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

Try praying to Ramkalawan instead.

Anonymous said...

Why are you not boycotting state institutions -- in this case the judiciary ? Boycotts are easier said (on blogs) than done.

Anonymous said...

A conflict of interest, or request to recuse a judge should neve rbe turned down if made by an appellant to party to a case.

If a party to a case feels prejudiced, by a judge they have every right to request that a judge recuse himself from a case.

It must be granted.

Here, Dhanjee's request has been denied.

Without reason.

Judiciary is looking the role as a partner in shamming elections.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

He was not put there to recuse himself exactly when he is needed to swing the judgment in favour of the government.

Anonymous said...

They are all manoeuvers by parti lep to get judgment in their favour. Why do you think they want to fast track the appeal! so that Macgregor can make a finding that Viral's right was not violated and overturn the judgment of the Supreme Court and once this happens, the case before the Supreme Court to annul the election will automatically collapse. If one needed evidence that the Courts in Seychelles, be it the Supreme Court or the Court of Appeal are bias and partial and supports sppf/pl, the answer is glaring at you. The Judge who found that Viral's right had been violated was Judge Renaud the only Judge in the Supreme Court who shows some impatiality, the rest of them are an extension of the executive, they bend over backwards for the sppf/pl. Pity that's the State of our Judiciary.

Anonymous said...

It was a cheeky request asking McGregor not to sit on political cases. I do not accept that any party has a right to pick judges. Otherwise Parti Lepep will object to any judge who shows the slightest indication of going against them.

The reasons put forward by Dhanjee will apply to all political cases. You need reasons specific to Dhanjee. He could pick a fight in the street with McGregor. That will be good enough to disqualify him.

Anonymous said...

Macgegor was seen taking a note in court from Govinden.

Anonymous said...

Gill and Dhanjee are seeking favours from the PL judiciary. They should know better. They should get their act together before they go seeking justice from PL.

PL is not going to do you a favour by recusing its political appointees. Either you accept the political appointees or you boycott the judiciary. All you can expect from a motion to recuse is to embarrass PL and it's judiciary. Perhaps everyone should do that to embarrass McGregor and hope one day he quits out of shame.

Your second case before the Constitutional Court came after your appeal to the Appeal Court. The SCA is right to press ahead with the first appeal. They will not do you a favour and wait for your second case before the Constitutional Court and hear 2 appeals together.

This means Dhanjee may well have to go a second time before McGregor and the Appeal Court to seek annulment of the elections. Good luck. I do not see any courts in this country annulling the "election" of Michel. The best you can achieve is heap embarrassment on the Attorney General, the judiciary and Parti Lepep, their puppet master.

Anonymous said...

The move to get the justice macgregor not to sit for the case is a common practice by lawyers if they are compromised for the case as he is in this time.

Example Ronny Govinden did not want Anthony Fernando on the list of judges for a drug case and could never provide the reasons in writing to Macgregor the president of the court of appeals, this whole scenario ended up with justice Fernando challenging his reason for his removal in the list at the beginning of the preliminary hearing.

Still the AG failed to give a plausible reason. So in Dhanjees case his lawyer has provided good reasons and i for one agree to it.

Anonymous said...

There is no justice under communist rule.Going to the court room is always good for it demonstrate each time how biased and dependent the justice system is and thus contradict what Pp preach.It exposes PP.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

I am truly amazed at how short sighted people that are smart, can be.

The objective is not to seek justice in Seychelles. We know that is not possible.

The objective is to finally see that justice is done before the UN Committee on Human Rights, which will lead to SANCTIONS of this communist regime.

For that, we are winning everyday, whether or not Macgregor or who ever, scam rulings and scam sham elections.

Ames-bury will bury PL!


Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill