Tuesday, September 27, 2011

After Party The Leader Of Seychelles Freedom Party Met Citizens Democracy Watch Seychelles SFP General Secretary and Administrator meets SADC.


After meeting Citizens Democratic Watch Seychelles Freedom Party Meets SADC.





Press Release
27.09.11

Seychelles Freedom Party met with SADC’s  team today prior to  the national assembly election 2011 which we will not be taking part in; inview that  certain recommendations made by  International observers for democracy to exist in Seychelles has not yet been implemented.



Mr. Kingsley Sebele, Mr. Lovemore Sekeramayi, Mr. Muzanima Erastus Jason of SADC observers spoke to the secretary general of Seychelles Freedom Party Mr. Jean-Paul Isaac  and Administrator Ms. Vanessa Gertrude at SFP office, Dockland Rm 16 On the upcoming national assembly election and the reason for boycotting this election.

The SADC observers clearly stated that they were here to observe rather than monitor the election processes. Concerns regarding the electoral commission, the ballot box, voter education, campaign and formalities were raised. The secretary general explained the concerns of Seychelles Freedom Party regarding the non implementation of democratic standards and why the boycott is of existence, allegations of voter’s list credibility, alleged states fund being used in the election by the ruling party was also a topic raised by the (SG) of SFP.

The creation of PDM (Popular Democratic Movement) was discussed on. It’s sudden existence constituting of ex- SNP Executive member and the dissolution of the national assembly with the vote of one of PDM’s member for Au cap Jane Carpin. The time frame of seven days of the creation and it’s candidates as well as leadership was also raised in the talk.

Important point of the creation of the electoral commission through a process whereby the constitutional court authority (CAA) appoints seven candidates which the president picks five out of the lot is also is the main point which was discussed with SADC showing that the president took power away from the (CAA) reducing it  Power.

The SADC observers which are split into three teams for these meetings with political entities and party; whereby SFP met team 1 took note of the various concerns and reason why Seychelles Freedom Party is boycotting the parliamentary election 2011.

15 comments:

Rhonda Gendron Murphy said...

Does SADC realise that there will be nothing of importance to report this time around.. ?

Tell them to enjoy their few days in "paradise"

Anonymous said...

We can organize a fishing trip for them on election day...

Anonymous said...

Good work SFP.

Anonymous said...

These elections will not be legitimate if 25,000 opposition supporters are denied their right to choose the party and legislators to represent them in the national assembly. The national assembly will not be legitimate until free and fair elections are held, after electoral reforms.

Anonymous said...

It must be pointed out to SADC that when SPPF boycotted the 2008 elections, they had access to SBC to campaign for a boycott.

While both Parti Lepep and MDP have campaigned against the boycott, the real opposition have not been given access to SBC to campaign for a boycott.

Anonymous said...

Freedom Party on the move!

AGENDA:

1. Democracy

2. Freedom

3. Regime Change

* not co habitation with rouge regime!

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

SADC memebers are on holiday on HB and locl monitors including its Vice president Lafortune is still undertaking his first ever training on how to monitor an election while Gappy quietly doing extra time to ensure all is ready for the rigging in case of...

Boycott¨!
Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

BOYCOTT!

Anonymous said...

We have addressed the SBC on Facebook about the issues that we have a National Assembly election - for the 45, 000 Seychellois living out of Seychelles, beside any Creole speaking person for two days the recorded TV program was failing/not available. This evening we visited the SBC msin site. First they had posted three TV program of 27/9/11. It the government trying to underline the fact of the Liscencing issues of those three publications - Ansam publish by Mr Philippe Boulle, Hon Wavel and Mr Ralph Volcer - Le Nouveau Seychelles Weekly. Next Le Seychellois Hebdo - under Regar Liscence, then the publication Boycott by Mr Christopher Gill. Shortly after another TV link appeared - same news again.

No news of the 28th Wenesday or Thursday 29th.

Can we get some debate - views.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr President JA Michel - we listened to your speech.

It is time we change this practice, meaning - that what led the Opposition to opt for boycott. The views thy have address and presented - if the those like the Commonwealth, SADC, COI know anything about real politic - we have the result in Lybia outcome.

Again - given the outcome of things, what cause and led Mr David Pierre to step in as Opposition Leader.

We have other greater responsibilities in the world - what rights has those supposedly elected to legislate, debate and pass laws in the name of the Nation.

We say it once again the same crap - the so call coalition who return in 1991 to take part in the multi party pocess, what took place and the results.

It is more than high time we have another TV Station.

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