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Post  Sirop14 on Fri May 13, 2016 9:37 am

Anti-Corruption Commission

13-May-2016
Invitation out for candidates

Invitations are out for people to apply for the positions of chairman, vice-chairman and commissioners of the Anti-Corruption Commission.
Those applying should be qualified under the Anti-Corruption Act, 2016 and they have until May 23 to send in their application forms and curriculum vitae to the Constitutional Appointments Authority, La Ciotat Building, Mont Fleuri.
To qualify as candidates, applicants must meet the requirements set out in Sections 6 (3), 6 (4) and 7 of the Act and they are as follows:
-          Section 6 (3). A person who has held or is qualified to hold the post of a Judge of Supreme Court or Justice of Appeal shall be qualified for appointment as Chairperson.
-          Section 6 (4). A person to be appointed as Vice-Chairperson or a Commissioner shall have wide experience and knowledge in any one or more of the following fields of services (a) anti-corruption; (b) accounting; (c) administration; (d) law enforcement; (e) investigation; (f) forensic services.
-          Section 7 (1). A person having the qualification specified under section 6(4) is eligible to be appointed as the Vice-Chairperson or a Commissioner if the person (a) is a citizen of, and resides permanently in, the Republic; (b) is of proven integrity; and (c) has distinguished record of public service, or service in a profession or vocation.
-          Section 7 (2). A person shall not be appointed as the Vice-Chairman or a Commissioner if the person - (a) holds office in, or is an employee of, a political party; (b) has been convicted and served a sentence of imprisonment for term of six months or more for an offence involving fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude, or any other offence under this Act or any other written law.
The commission will comprise five members and have its own structure, budget, and taskforce which will conduct investigations.
The first Anti-Corruption Commission being proposed in Seychelles will be tasked with receiving complaints and also investigating, detecting and preventing practices linked to corruption in both the public and private sector.
On March 22, 2016, the National Assembly voted in favour of the proposed creation of the Anti-Corruption Commission as part of the government’s decision to step up the fight against graft.
Finance, Trade and The Blue Economy Minister Jean-Paul Adam then sought the approval of the parliament for a budget of over US $100,000 to finance the setting up of the body.
In a recent interview, Minister Adam said: "The creation of the Anti-Corruption Commission will cater for what is lacking in terms of investigation. It responds to a request of the Seychellois people.”
He added that "it is important to have the necessary tools in place... to either confirm the charges or shed light on the facts."

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=249401

Comment - How is that anti corruption Commission going to handle the SIROP program thematic.

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Sir George Souyave played a key role, high responsibility in that SIROP program, upon his demise this responsibility befall Prof Dr Dentist Jose Souyave - we dedicate this Monument to him and his Service for his Country.

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Those getting uptight about the above posting

Post  Sirop14 on Fri May 13, 2016 5:06 pm

This is really great -  will not spoil our forum article by (posting a picture  the large mountain of manure in the field the Kent Farmer have been piling since December 2015 and Manure do talk/communicate/buzz, in comparison to Judge EJ Stiven manure/5 tons compost bays at Point Larue or Anse aux Pins - the estate,  we had wanted to add) instead share our thought on Facebook - When any individual get to write a program of the dimension of that SIROP program - which is about changes in what many judge is democratic, proper Justice and adequate freedom - we had to look  at the Corruption situation then USSR/COMECON back in 1979/1987 - Seychelles was taking its example/cue and best advice from them. We have also had to look  and study closely the Corrupted system of the West, the USA, Europe, beside Africa. Among some/one of the responsibility with that Program is to monitor and study impact related with corruption/corrupted workings 365 days of the year  and the past 27 years across the world, the many institutions, media coverage. The great and mighty UN during Secretary General Kofi Anan what we did/embroiled is investigation of UN overall workings and the massive corruption - can anybody in that Sechelels Seychelles care to think what this means. Again three years ago our battle with EU Institutions and compel them to publish,  the state of corruption in the EU Institution and that was washed up document.- much grander still we were involved in the mighty debacle the whole Commission were compelled to resigned - the so call high officials of that Seychelles choose to forget  There are certain  entity in Seychelles they think only they have a brain/head they are comporting like septic tank since we have publish that picture of Seychelles college and Regina Mundi and inquire what about that SIROP program in relation to the setting up of the Commission and the Nation workings.  ( We have been fools Mr Gerard Hoareau and former  Minister David Joubert  version/proposed approach method  to change Sechelles Seychelles was much better,  you all would have been taught the lesson of history - wished in instance not born/alive.)  We request the responsible to/for  setting up the Corruption Commission they start collecting all  our communication, hack our email if need be  and save then because if/when we have to go to court it is not going to be nice. We will write and insist they  - those representing us repeat to the Bench/Judge exactly what we mean. From the acquired experience, knowledge for he past 25 years been battling corruption in that Seychelles and the region, including Madagascar, South Africa, Reunion, Seychelles - there are discipline, knowledge and mechanism in the greater world which can be use/apply to bring this about.  In many instance do not write/scream and yell we have done this and achieved that - broadcast about it. .

We forgot to add Wikileak kitten of its Founder send its love and wishes.

Note -10/7/16 we had wanted to edit this comment, judge best leave it - the AKS Forum and several others objective/function /purpose was to monitor the corrupted practice of Seychelles and the region act/function like regulator, the UN Official must have read and the policing officials of Europe and the world including then OAU. A is the norm/practice in Seychelles those making up that Anti corruption Commission wanting to do as if they had the brilliant idea, know best, impose this is very wrong. Seychelles Police must have saved some of the AKS threads and impute beside on the Corruption and practice in Seychelles and those involved.


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Post  Sirop14 on Fri May 13, 2016 6:44 pm

Talking of Judge E J Stiven Manure at Point Larue an d the Anse aux Pins Estate - the burning thematic of setting up the Zanzibar Anti corruption body and that of Tanzania judge E J Stiven reputation Benchmark when he worked in Zanzibar/Tanganika some 27 years - our sibling suggested ask of us to go and visit that infamous doctor in Seychelles Mr/Mrs Malunga - obvious their is some grave mental problematic running in that Seychelles

Seychelles used to lookup take their cue from Tanzania - the important role of Justice Wolfgang Durado and later as Chief justice - he advised us on that SIROP program, the important OAU/East African connection high workings and then President F A Rene, china, USSR, the Communist/socialist Block - the Person/Individual responsible in that Seychelles foe the Anti Corruption Commission  ought to get the oldest watering can on the Island put that lot in it and have a few puff.  Make him/her wise knowledgeable.

Wolfgang Dourado - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Dourado

Wolfgang Dourado afariki dunia | Zanzibar Yetu
https://zanzibariyetu.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/wolfgang-dourado-afariki-dunia-2/

Wolfgang Dourado: A man who did not hesitate to call a spade
http://seyeu.clubdiscussion.net/t670-wolfgang-dourado-a-man-who-did-not-hesitate-to-call-a-spade

Learn and talk about Wolfgang Dourado, Chief justices, Living ...
http://www.digplanet.com/wiki/Wolfgang_Dourado

Zanzibar: in quest of autonomy within the United Republic of Tanzania

Content from ConstitutionNet.org. Find the full article here: http://www.constitutionnet.org/news/zanzibar-quest-autonomy-within-united-republic-tanzania
http://www.constitutionnet.org/news/zanzibar-quest-autonomy-within-united-republic-tanzania





https://www.facebook.com/Zanzibar-Anticorruption-and-Economic-Crimes-Authority-ZAECA-219371794904945/?fref=nf

Tanzania's first anti-corruption agency dates back to 1974 when Act No. 2 mandated the establishment of an Anti-Corruption Squad. In 1991, the squad was
http://www1.worldbank.org/publicsector/anticorrupt/TanzaniaGCA.pdf

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Appointment of Members of the Anti-Corruption Commission

Post  Sirop14 on Sat Aug 06, 2016 8:24 am

Appointment of Members of the Anti-Corruption Commission

Fri, 05 August 2016

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The Office of the President has announced that, following recommendations received this week from the Constitutional Appointments Authority, the President has appointed the Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and Members of the Anti-Corruption Commission, in accordance with Sections 6 and 7 of the Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2016.

The person appointed as Chairperson of the Anti-Corruption Commission is Justice Duncan Gaswaga, who has served the Judiciary of Seychelles, initially as a Magistrate and later as a Supreme Court Judge, between 2002 and 2013.  He is currently a High Court Judge in Uganda.

Mr. Daniel Jacques Belle, who is an Attorney at Law, has been appointed as Vice-Chairperson of the Commission.  Mr. Belle served as a Member of the Constitutional Commission which drafted the Constitution of the Third Republic, and also as a former Member of the National Assembly.

The other three Members appointed to the Commission are Mr. Hardy Daniel Lucas, Mrs. Priscille Chetty and Ms. Marie-Claire Elizabeth.

Mr. Hardy Lucas is a businessman, and a former Member of the Public Service Appeal Board, as well as a former Member of the National Assembly.

Mrs. Priscille Chetty is an Attorney and Partner in the Chetty & Hoareau Law Chambers of Victoria.

Ms. Marie-Claire Elizabeth has had a long career in journalism with the Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation, and although she has retired from fulltime work, still contributes part-time as producer and director of SBC TV programmes.

One of the first tasks of the Anti-Corruption Commission will be to recommend to the President, in accordance with Section 19 of the Anti-Corruption Commission Act, the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer who will be responsible for implementing the decisions of the Commission, and for the effective management of the affairs of the Commission.

The decision to create an Anti-Corruption Commission was announced by President Michel in his State of the Nation Address in February 2016.

He declared that the Commission would have the powers to investigate, detect and prevent practices linked to corruption.   It would also receive complaints against corruption and record investigations into allegations of practices linked to corruption in any Government departments and any institutions which receive funding and donations from Government.

The President repeated that Government would never tolerate corruption, and that it had already taken harsh measures where corruption had existed.  He said that the new Commission would spearhead this drive relentlessly.

http://www.statehouse.gov.sc/news.php?news_id=3107

Anti-Corruption Commission members appointed
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=250524

Ugandan Judge to head Seychelles’ first Anti-Corruption Commission - See more at: http://www.seychellesnewsagency.com/articles/5696/Ugandan+Judge+to+head+Seychelles+first+Anti-Corruption+Commission#sthash.5n6lokT3.dpuf

Un juge nommé à la tête de la première commission anti-corruption des Seychelles. - See more at: http://www.seychellesnewsagency.com/articles/5695/Un+juge+nomm++la+tte+de+la+premire+commission+anti-corruption+des+Seychelles.#sthash.Qk0QF6lg.dpuf


Comment - Just a note Mr Daniel Bell who have taken to despising and hate our person was on about this morning with that infernal satanic rage/vibe, anti social communication, threatening, intimidating  what he will do with my person/

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So much for Democracy, Justice ad Human Right - on Friday morning because of the situation in Seychelles with that SIROP program, France, Europe and Britain went and Sat next to that huge pile of Manure in Kent almost all Day and at the house the madness, all the Shrubs cut and the scaffold are coming - in Seychelles President JA Michel reaction. Those who think we should not post this issue they had better take their University education go and wipe the backside of pigs with or contact institution in Europe who work and study Such phenomena and working. - picture

Reforming Justice in East Africa A Comparative Review of Legal Sector Processes
http://www.kituochakatiba.org/sites/default/files/publications/Reforming%20Justice_Final.pdf


Legal Sector Reforms in Tanzania: An Examination of Development and Page 109 section 4

Over the long years chief Justice Dorado was alive endeavored to enlist his support for the management of that SIROP program - he was a very bright mind. Then challenge and problematic we shared and yet - for Instance this is written black and white here of the Legal and Justice reform being undertaken in Tanzania at the time of President Nyerere - we had gone to him with that SIROP program not the full detail what we judge pertinent. From then OAU/Cold War  prospective - It had been that SIROP program which impacted, compelled him and his government to redefine the economic of Tanzania, new laws, society structures and yet what the legal expert and researcher are writing here - presented/confronted  with the such legal fact where do we go does one go in addressee the Anti corruption Commission  of sechelles Seychelles,  ultimately the debacle would land in a court of Justice - how do you/one tell and explain/inform the court, the judge  and those administrating Justice and management they are using lies, deceit, false information, terrible Justice benchmark  to back their arguments and judicial process working - legality. This is why for this reason several justice mind in Mauritius, Seychelles and East Africa dislike my person  and their hate and sleaze and blacklist, exclusion practice   and Terrorist debacle. Hence our call and request for the many year that the UN or EU appropriate Institution help review that program and what really took place. This challenge and major problematic  in the SADC, ECOWAS Justice and management  and the African Union

This mega challenge also involve a good deal of Europe New Law, Justice and Administration and delivery in relation with that program.



A boost for struggling African regional trade: Seychelles signs up for Tripartite Free Trade Agreement - See more at: http://www.seychellesnewsagency.com/articles/3121/A+boost+for+struggling+African+regional+trade+Seychelles+signs+up+for+Tripartite+Free+Trade+Agreement#sthash.4Nj0reKF.dpuf

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Seychelles Anti -Corruption Commission

Post  Sirop14 on Sun Aug 07, 2016 8:24 am

Seychelles Anti -Corruption Commission
For the pat 15 year have been pleading with my Son family in Vienna, Step children and Cousin help us Set a small place in Vienna to work among other thing that SIROP Program - the mega bank Arida linking and debacle, the link to Ireland banking and economic crises and reason for the major bank situation in Italy. A great part of these is linked to the City of London Banking and Market working. We have addressed them . Seychelles Anti corruption Commission is now official and they will have to work form extensively with UNODC - may be we could recommend that Mrs Nella Didon get a desk or is seconded to Seychelles to support and work there she has a great deal of experience. Currently on Holiday in Seychelles .

UNODC
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is a global leader in the fight against illicit drugs, transnational organized crime, terrorism and corruption, and is the guardian of most of the related conventions, particularly the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) and its three protocols (against trafficking in persons, smuggling of migrants and trafficking in firearms) pdf - 388 KB [388 KB] , the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) pdf - 295 KB [295 KB] and the international drug control conventions (Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961 as amended by the 1972 Protocol pdf - 542 KB [542 KB] , Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971 pdf - 387 KB [387 KB] , United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances of 1988 pdf - 460 KB [460 KB] ). UNODC was established in 1997 as a result of the merging of the United Nations Centre for International Crime Prevention and the United Nations International Drug Control Programme. UNODC provides technical and substantive assistance to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs and the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, both of which are functional commissions of the Economic and Social Council. Their decisions and resolutions provide guidance in their respective areas to Member States and UNODC.

The European Union is a long standing supporter of UNODC projects and programmes. The projects funded by the EU are focused on the fight against drug trafficking, the fight against organised crime and corruption, counter – terrorism measures, alternative development, implementation of UNTOC and UNCAC, prison reform, criminal justice system reform, victim empowerment, law enforcement capacity-building and counter - piracy measures. The EU is a Party to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) and a Party to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).
http://eeas.europa.eu/…/…/un_agencies_in_vienna/index_en.htm

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Past liking article for setting up the SFO in London and that SIROP PROGRAM

Post  Sirop14 on Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:58 am

Seychelles Anti -Corruption Commission
Time and time again for the past 15 years have stressed argued our role/input and contribution in setting up the SFO in London and that SIROP program - - letter and emails we have sent - at our forum and blogs.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serious_Fraud_Office_(United_Kingdom)

French Legislation
http://www.business-anti-corruption.com/country-profiles/europe-central-asia/france/legislation.aspx

The  international anti-corruption academy
http://www.iaca.int/about-us/history.html

Austrian Federal Bureau of Anti-Corruption (BAK),
http://www.bak.gv.at/cms/bak_en/_news/


Independent Commission Against Corruption (Mauritius)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_Commission_Against_Corruption_(Mauritius)



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Re: Anti-Corruption Commission

Post  Sirop14 on Sun Aug 07, 2016 12:51 pm

Do those form that Seychelles Anti Corruption Commission know what Wikipedia Project was all about, Wiki Leak and several other Projects and UN Anti Corruption body.

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Post  Sirop14 on Mon Aug 08, 2016 6:34 am

Monday 8/7/16  - 5 AM British time

At about 3 AM those from Vienna - Austria,  who buzzed our person regarding the  SIROP working in Vienna, the past 30 years - some of those individual and high personalities involved in spite of we/me not being there.  The correspondence.

Some of the three different parties of those Families in Vienna I had been in contact, writing that they support my effort in stetting up some kind of working office for that program in Vienna - we stress - the meeting we had with Regus Vienna, Pan European Union, meeting which we were not able to keep lack of time and money.  Some of those individuals out of the goodness of their Person,  their free time and support for our cause the past 30 years - what Seychelles and International media garbage afterward.

Those from that newly Anti Corruption Commission who picked up the issue and waded in.  In the first place  the need to spell bluntly and stress - the current so call human  communication, the vibe, the buzz associated and whatever - since/for some 26 years ago have been writing - what really took place to unleashed and start the communication mode - then Masonic working in London  and that SIROP program.  

From the African continent those with their lopsided and mismatch and distorted view and working of Masonic working.  Those who think you become a Freemason you have become a very special human - across the USA, Europe, Arab World and elsewhere some of the worse criminal set up masonic lodge just to work and impose their so call masonic superiority.  The reality is very different. The WWW turning 25 years old 7/7/16 and  the information available on Masonic working and others on the web.

We have been writing to Seychelles government, the police and the politician stating our contribution in help to set up that Forensic Police division under then President FA Rene.  Its function and working - much more important the many so call abnormal incidents, death and carnage and accidents - the so call scientist and expert their conclusion and  the many instance their lies and dishonest benchmark and that infernal satanic, rage, vibe and crack human mechanism.

In setting up that anti Corruption Commission those responsible must be warned and told bluntly - you are not above the law and think you can and will apply that infernal mechanism on working the topic and thematic of that SIROP program - build in that program and junction,  highly complex regulative mechanism  and those institution involved and when overly manipulated, abused and bombarded by that infernal mechanism what it trigger and how it react the very dangerous fall out and again what the police, media and Justice then write.  We have addressed this to the US Senate, the UN the many EU high institutions and European governments  the media and the African Union and Russia.

This morning it sound like we are being targeted and the threatened - we want to remind and bring to the attention of all those involved managing that Anti corruption Commission,   read our forum and blogs - the Yugoslav war debacle, the setting up of the ICC, the media garbage lies and charade and the dishonesty of global Justice working/system - these are the same benchmark and value they decided to eliminate Saddam Hussein, Qaddafi, Ben laden and many others instead of eradicating the evil it has exploded in their face  and they never learn and humanity on the verge of destruction because of their benchmark and approach/justice value.  That SIROP program applied very important part and link with the above mention individual those who  chose to interpreted and present their own distorted argument.  Those who have done everything to cover up over the SIROP program content and setting up in 1987.

We want to address the Same parties - the former Ugandan chief justice in part for Setting the special arbitration court System in Seychelles was to try and avoid and overcome what we have written above -   So that those involved in that SIROP program could get to come to a table and work out the issue under a different moduS.  With the arrival of the chief Justice Matilda all this changed.

So far the law firm of Pardiwalla , Towmey Lablach have been acting and helping with that SIROP program for free - the time have come for us to apply for legal Aid from Seychelles to pay those lawyers and law firm Philippe Boulle and others we have used - would like to use.
In England similar situation, in France and across Europe.

All this would have been unnecessary if the government and FA Rene had agreed to pay us what is rightly due to that SIROP program instead of inventing and breaking all agreement and arrangement.

In Seychelles over the past 30 years those individuate and opposition who have been telling the public there are many things very wrong in that Seychelles and the utter corrupted system and recently Mr Christopher Gill and his party and former Minister Pat Pillay and the TV program and the media - instead of going for those individuals those involved in that new Anti corruption commission  so to say going for my person, attacking my person .

The person of Lawyer Daniel Bell as Vice Commissioner if we had to address them in public he would be disqualify,  not fit to take /hold that office. Part of the old DP issue and that SIROP program.

There are those from Seychelles government they hold the view that Uganda justice executive is best for our national working and they forget and choose  to overlook some of the very important deep impacting issue and the important why and that SIROP program.  Unless we have an utter corrupted and kangaroo court and justice system in that Seychelles these information will have to be handed/made available to the court and Judge in writing and the lawyers involved.

All those involved in that anti Corruption Commission ignore we have been writing and asking the UN and EU to help report on that program and its function - we detected some kind of grudge be they African Union originated or Masonic motive or other hate reason/racist.

The Home of that SIROP program is Europe not Seychelles and as such European law and Justice apply. If i was a judge and held any legal knowledge would be bloody ashamed for what have happen to those 25,000 exile and refugees and their Right churned in pigs dung the past 40 years instead of helping or setting up procedure that would help them - criminalized and make their effort and life very difficult.  had their been the presidential election outcome we have all been fighting and battling to get all this would not be happening and the regional and International  political and conflicts landscape very different.

Finally - as executive of that anti corruption Commission you are getting paid by Seychelles taxpayer and international doners, your resource, Office, transport and meal and other required resources.  - we are not paid a cent,  we have to take the little cent we have to further our cause - which court will  you go  and not be ashamed of such terrible benchmark and practice.

We hold the view that  Africa benchmark is being applied here - this racist position which in  the first place saw the deportation and ethnic cleansing, imprisonment  of those white Seychelles families, the founding father of our nation,  their properties stolen and confiscated and the lies and distortion of then Communist system against them and so call socialist  value and benchmark.  Those from Africa have no Right to apply and address us in the manner as they would African Colonial expat - they are not fit to head that anti Corruption commission.  Judge or not.


Note - We do believe we are not that crack pot as other make us out to be - those who got vexed, very upset about the above article and tone.

It was over that SIROP program that the first Somalia US invasion took place - some of the Leaks have backed us up. Then SNM political party in Somalia and London and also our SNM led by Mr Gerard Hoareau - we had linked up with their exile working and those who know how the SNM in Somalia worked and who funded them then London,

Within that SIROP program we had a component for the Somalia exile/refugees and their government eventual return - this is not what ensued - the next thing a major incident was triggered and the US led invasion and bombing and from their things degraded and became brutal and ruthless and the Good Judge tried many of those Somalian Pirate, was involved in the setting up of the Prison structure etc. They had been betrayed/taken to the Laundry properly and the battle on our hand to prevent this happening to that program - Seychelles government, then OAU, the UN Knew -

Talking of super corruption when it come to USA global interests, geo politic, then anything goes and this set the precedent for other major corruption incident in and across Africa and Seychelles then. Benchmark. For this reason we have been calling for UN review/report. What the French Intelligence, South African, Israel and US knew and Russian.


Battle of Mogadishu (1993)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mogadishu_(1993)

Somali National Party
https://thesnp.wordpress.com/somali-national-party/

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Serious Fraud Office Begins Criminal Investigation of Airbus Group

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Aug 09, 2016 9:19 am

Serious Fraud Office Begins Criminal Investigation of Airbus Group

On Friday, the SFO issued a statement, informing Airbus of the criminal investigation into the suspected acts in the company's plane sales relating to “irregularities concerning third-party consultants.

http://cdanews.com/2016/08/serious-fraud-office-begins-criminal-investigation-of-airbus-group/

Airbus investigated in Serious Fraud Office inquiry into third-party consultants
http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/airbus-investigated-in-serious-fraud-office-inquiry-into-thirdparty-consultants-34946799.html

Comment - Beside the Britexit bad blood co relation, just like that French Nuclear Project - typical of Britain thinking and approach the past 30 years when they want to have a go at France and its economy - here we are talking of the SFO when such investigation as very many recent one become highly political related who is puling the string and calling the shot, the Leaks and the media garbage.

That SIROP program played an important role in driving some of Air Bus Development, Corporate conception and Growth, beside highly complex Management discipline linked with that SEYEU.COM portal - hence when they encountered major economic set were were able to intervene. We have stated and addressed this link for a long time. Other previous British government official who knew were aware.

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Re: Anti-Corruption Commission

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:54 am

Anti Fraud And Corruption

http://www.economic.gov.za/component/content/article/49-about-the-edd/212-anti-fraud-and-corruption

Scorpions (South Africa)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scorpions_(South_Africa)


Overview of Anti-Corruption Programmes and Strategies in South Africa a Look at the Past Decade, and Forward to a Common Programme of Action
http://www.psc.gov.za/speeches/2005/anti_corruption_programmes_strategies.asp


PERSPECTIVES ON ANTI-CORRUPTION INITIATIVES IN SOUTH AFRICA
http://www.nacf.org.za/government/

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ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION; A FARCE

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Aug 12, 2016 10:26 am

ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION; A FARCE
Another Election is round the corner and to date PL(Parti Lepep) has not yet announced that petroleum has been discovered in Seychelles Waters? It has been a hallmark statement from PL for the last few elections but this time it has come up with another “vote winner” it has created an “Anti-Corruption Commission.” To be chaired by none other than Duncan Gaswaga. This raises several questions. Why a Ugandan Mr. Danny Faure?

Or does he qualify as chairman because he has acquired Seychellois nationality. If so, was it under section 5 (2) of the Citizenship Act 1994 which gives the President total discretion to grant citizenship to a person who, in his opinion, special circumstances exist even if they are not otherwise entitled or eligible to Seychellois citizenship? Or was he granted Seychellois citizenship under section 5 (3) of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2013 which curtails the President’s discretion to grant citizenship by the imposition of a “Citizenship Eligibility Committee” to whom all applications have to be submitted and who will have to be satisfied that all the criteria set out under the new section 5 (3) are met especially when bearing in mind that a member of the Citizenship Eligibility Committee is Basil Hoareau who is a partner in the Chetty & Hoareau Chambers, the Chambers that represents President Michel, and members of his Cabinet?

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Anti-Corruption Commission soon to start receiving public complaints

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Sep 30, 2016 10:58 am

Anti-Corruption Commission soon to start receiving public complaints

30-September-2016

The recently appointed Anti-Corruption Commission has said members of the public will soon be informed when they can start submitting their complaints.
The chairperson of the commission, Judge Duncan Gaswaga, said this after yet another of its meetings held at National House yesterday morning.
Since its appointment by President James Michel early last month, the five- member commission has been meeting to organise itself, decide on its work methods, strategies, establish contacts, among others.
Other than Judge Gaswaga the other four members of the commission are lawyer Daniel Belle (vice-chairperson), lawyer Priscille Chetty, retired journalist Marie-Claire Elizabeth and businessman Hardy Lucas.
Following its meeting yesterday, Judge Gaswaga said the commission is in the process of finding an office and building a strong team including a suitable person to assume the position of chief executive.
“The whole exercise will be transparent and fair and applications for this and other jobs in response to our adverts will be received and considered on merit. We shall also soon let you know our website and contacts, and address once we find a suitable home for the commission,” Judge Gaswaga pointed out.
He said the number of staff it will need will be determined once it has completed its set-up and is fully operational.
The commission, which will work closely with the Attorney General’s office, the Ombusman, the police, Ethic Commission among other stakeholders, will receive complaints from any person or entity, investigate, detect and prevent practices linked to corruption in both the public and private sector.
It will craft strategies for creating public awareness and education on the negative effects of corruption (in schools, on TV and Radio, through seminars, internet etc). It is expected that the commission will have its own structure, budget and taskforce to enable it to conduct investigations.
“We are taking on this task with an open mind. The success of the commission will majorly depend on the support by and cooperation of you, members of the public. For the commission will only lead the way as well as coordinate the exercise. As we are mandated to detect and investigate any such activities, you, members of the public, shall act as our eyes and ears on the ground and we expect that as good, responsible and concerned citizens of this country you will make a report to the commission or police of any corrupt practices,” Judge Gaswaga said.
To encourage people to feel brave and confident enough to come forward with concrete evidence to report corruption practices, Judge Gaswaga said the commission will have a high level of confidentiality and informers will be well protected.
“Protection of informers is a very delicate issue and a big challenge and we shall find all means and ways to give confidence to these people so they can come out to help the commission knowing they will not be victimized,” Justice Gaswaga said.
It is to be recalled that the National Assembly enacted the ‘Anti-Corruption Law No. 6 of 2016’ in March this year, which provided for the establishment of the Anti-Corruption Commission.

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ANTI CORRUPTION COMMISSION

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:32 am

ANTI CORRUPTION COMMISSION
(Section 2 of the Anti-Corruption Act 2016) defines corrupt as follow:

"Corrupt" means the acts of soliciting, accepting, obtaining, giving, promising or offering of a gratification by way of a bribe or inducement, or the misuse or abuse of a public office for advantage or benefit for oneself or for another person, and "corruption" shall be construed accordingly;”

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Lucy Athanasius appointed Anti-Corruption Commission’s chief executive

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Oct 14, 2016 8:42 am

Lucy Athanasius appointed Anti-Corruption Commission’s chief executive

14-October-2016
Lucy Athanasius has been appointed chief executive officer of the Anti-Corruption Commission. Lucy Athanasius is the Anti-Corruption Commission’s chief executive
It was President James Alix Michel who made the appointment yesterday.
According to a communiqué from State House, Ms Athanasius was one of three persons whose names had been recommended to the President by the chairman of the commission, Justice Duncan Gaswaga, following interviews by the commission of all the candidates who had presented themselves for the post.
Ms Athanasius is currently chief research officer in the Seychelles Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU).
She holds a Master's degree in Criminology, Criminal Justice and Social Research, from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom.
She has held numerous chief executive officer positions in government, the parastatal and private Sectors, and was instrumental in the establishment of the Seychelles Young Leader's Programme. She had also held the post of pro-vice chancellor of the University of Seychelles.
Section 19 of the Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2016 requires that the chief executive officer of the Anti-Corruption Commission be appointed by the President on the recommendation of the commission.

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Post  Sirop14 on Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:47 pm

Today in Seychelles
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Anti-Corruption Commission
“Favours lead to corruption”
Newly appointed chief executive officer for the Seychelles Anti-Corruption Commission May De Silva says her strategy is to work with public and private stakeholders in the fight against corruption, to educate on how to identify corruption, and to investigate all complaints made on corrupt practices.
by S. Marivel
“Because Seychelles is a small country, we all know someone in some department who can help us get something done quickly,” Ms. De Silva says, setting up a common scenario. “We work on favours – give a little money for the person’s efforts in helping us. This leads to corruption. Favours lead to corruption. There are processes we must follow and anything diverging from this can lead to corrupt practices.”
Ms. De Silva, who hails from Anse Royale where she still resides, is no stranger to the inner workings of corruption. She explained during a short meeting with the press at State House yesterday that during her work in management for public and private financial and
auditing sectors, she observed that it is bad governance which leads to corruption.
“One may think that management had nothing to do with anticorruption work, but with all the experience I have in various sectors, I see that it all comes down to the ethics and policies in place,” she stresses.
Ms. De Silva further notes that following President Danny Faure’s
statement on the need for transparency, this will also be part of her
mandate.
“We will be looking at the ethics in all sectors, the policies in place,
the general attitude of the people working there, and I believe this
will all be a good opportunity for us to move forward and to see what
also can be improved,” she explains.
She adds that she will work closely with the National Assembly and will pay close attention to complaints from members of the public
whom she believes have a role to play in keeping all sectors accountable.
May De Silva officially received her instrument of appointment from President Faure yesterday at State House, in the presence of two of her family members and other members of Cabinet.
She did her tertiary education in Management and Executive Leadership at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland. She is also a registered trainer, assessor, internal verifier, and Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management.
She also held positions of managing director, funding consultant, grants manager, and projects manager in various organisations across the UK. Prior to her appointment as CEO of the Anti-Corruption Commission, Ms. De Silva was doing tourism marketing consultancy for a number of tourism establishments in Seychelles.
She also sat on various boards and panels such as the Gender Advisory Panel in the Office of the First and Deputy First Minister of
Northern Ireland and The Belfast City Council Good Relations Partnership.
She also chaired the Strategic Women’s Reference Group of the
Northern Ireland Policing Board.
Ms. De Silva is the second woman to hold the position of CEO of the Anti-Corruption Commission. Her predecessor Lucy Athanasius
held the same position a mere three months from mid October 2016 to beginning of February 2017, and attributes her abrupt resignation to a “lack of support required for a job of such magnitude.”

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Post  Sirop14 on Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:50 am

The Chair person of  the Human Rights Lawyers’ Association
Angela Patrick Lawyer/Attorney
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19/3/17
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We/I had wanted to call and speak with your staff instead saw the possibility of messaging you,  I will copy and past the issues
Truth Reconciliation and National Unity Committee

9 March, 2017
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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE
ON TRUTH, RECONCILIATION AND NATIONAL UNITY
TERMS OF REFERENCE
With an overarching view to settling past political divisions since the 1977 Coup D’état and uniting the country around a common agenda for a confident future where every Seychellois will have a sense of equal ownership and value, the National Assembly Committee on Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity adopts the following Terms of Reference for its work:

To shed the light of truth over events since 5 June 1977
To receive information in writing from any persons regarding complaints as to any action affecting their rights since 5 June 1977
To inventorise and classify heads of possible complaints with a view to assessing the size of the problem
To receive proposals orally or in writing from interested parties, and consider different methods used by other countries in similar situations, as to how best to approach and resolve the issues of unity and national reconciliation
To make proposals to Government on the structure and composition of the most appropriate national forum to deal with the issues of unity and national reconciliation, and the procedure it should utilize to that end.

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From 1997/8 the law firm of Hopkin, Murrey , Besking the former firm of Judge Ben Chataway looked after our Housing/rehousing as such we had to present many of the complexities with our Seychelles exile/refugee workings in Britain, the Indian Ocean and the world -
In a number of letters we have address the ICC, the International court of Justice, the European court and the Human rights court, the law firm Pardiwalla Towmey,  Lablach, Lawyer Philippe Boulle in Seychelles, the UN, African Union the European Parliament and Council of Europe and the Vatican , Seychelles, Mauritius  government,  the Francophone  have cited /referred Judge Ben Chatgaway of Doughty Street Chambers.
For very many years have challenged and criticized the manner the Seychelles /exile network function - disjointed - we are not allowed to set in place and develop proper infrastructure to promote and explain our issues and the motives.  We now have a real/major crises with the official setting up of the Anti corruption commission and the Truth Commission - From Report available form the web most/if not all countries small and great they get/significant international support, financial resources, expertise and Technical supports  coverage and the benchmark - yet in Seychelles the manner these are being worked/processed -
We have four major plaints to present to both the Anti corruption commission and the Truth commission we lack the the resources to do this adequately, with the time specify/allocated  - the motives so that the exile/refugee of Seychelles can not address their grievance adequately and then what will be concluded as facts and best international benchmark.
Can you organisation look into this situation on behalf of those 25,000 Seychelles exile and those exile families who have returned
However we/I will be endeavoring to complete the forms and submit them per Email and will forward copies to all the leading and global relevant high parties
We/I have added a link to our blog
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Post  Sirop14 on Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:40 pm

We had been concentrating on sorting that deadline for the Truth Commission Commission Committee when we saw two important news flash the incident in London and the appointment of the new Ambassador -

We want to stress and address publicly our opposition to the appointment of Ambassador Radegon to Paris/France - it is going to caused a great deal of confrontation - we will not put up or tolerate - we urge President Danny R Faure in the interests of National Unity and reconciliation to reconsider his appointment - The old Debacle of we starting a center in Calais when in office in spite of President F Mitterrand personal support for this project -

There are vast strand of EU working we are importantly responsible and involved in - we are not going to tolerate and put up with the same attitude he had when he was ambassador in London - We protested to then President FA Rene he had him Removed.

It is not going to be great or good if we have to address the EU Court and the Council of Europe or the Commission and start protesting to the political parties in France - Ambassador Bernard Shamlaye - We have that Truth Commission and the Anti Corruption Commission we will be addressing them on his person too -

My person had also opposed that he become the new leader of SNP

This is not the era of President F Mitterrand - the last European election and outcome, since those who requested we contribute to Europe workings and Economy, the mega Exile/Refugees bust up in Europe and that SIROP controversial program continuation - We have Britexit mega debacle - in France the real situation - the string of scandal affecting current France do not force/compel my person to say/write things/thematic in public others will find distasteful - the Person of President Holland will have to confirm his appointment - we oppose this appointment. Beside the Government and the President of Seychelles is not being sensitive enough what the last election presidential and National assembly was all about - we have compromise we could have been heavy handed - in our responsibility

There are vast strand of Republic and Northern Ireland involved too not because Mr Martin Mc Guinness is dead the thematic and incidents will vanish - Those from Sinn Fein who let him be know in no uncertain term just because he was our Ambassador in London he could do what he wish and invent and discriminate and the long list.

In USA then White House Officials, its Intelligence were not impressed with development and the incidents and then PM Blair coming to office in 1997 the issues - What about the South African - those who remember that Economic meltdown. There was more to it than we have written and those who have written. Then European Union Commission officials neither.

The super mess with Temple Solair, WAKO David Koresh/Seventh Day Adventist super mess, was on his shift his so call then to be polite great Masonic, Fraternal, Arcadian workings - in then Seychelles those still alive were not amused what ensued.


Rotations and Appointments of Ambassadors of Seychelles
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Anti-Corruption Commission reacts to allegations of illegal entry of weapons

11-April-2017

The Anti-Corruption Commission Seychelles (ACCS) has reacted to an article published by TODAY in Seychelles newspaper on Saturday April 8, 2017, entitled ‘Did guns enter the country illegally?’
The ACCS said in a communique yesterday that it will conduct its own enquiry and investigations on its own motion.
“The allegations made in the article mentioned is serious in nature and the ACCS will liaise with all the relevant authorities to move this matter forward,” says the ACCS communiqué.
The ACCS is a neutral and independent body with one of its objectives being to raise awareness and promote the values of honesty and integrity among people and various sectors with a view to prevent corruption.
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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:07 am

Anti-corruption commission conducts enquiry in possible unlawful land acquisition

13-June-2017
The Anti-Corruption Commission Seychelles has taken the decision to conduct an enquiry on its own motion, following the publications which recently appeared in the local media regarding the misappropriation and/or unlawful acquisitions of land.
In communiqué released yesterday, the Anti-Corruption Commission Seychelles (ACCS) said the enquiry is in accordance to Section 5 of the Anti-Corruption Act 2016 – into the allegations of corrupt practices by a former government minister, who has allegedly been holding 52 registered plots of land out of which 26 have already been sold or transferred.
Further investigations will also be carried out into the alleged corrupt inheritance of land by the same person.
ACCS considers these allegations to be serious. It will endeavour to get to the bottom of these matters and deal with them according to the law.

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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 11:43 am

Anti-Corruption Commission ready to receive cases from public

Victoria, Seychelles | April 28, 2017, Friday @ 17:57 in National » GENERAL | By: Salifa Magnan and Betymie Bonnelame | Views: 1593
- See more at: http://www.seychellesnewsagency.com/articles/7182/Anti-Corruption+Commission+ready+to+receive+cases+from+public#sthash.2MkmJMLh.dpuf

Anti-Corruption Commission Seychelles chief executive Lucy Athanasius’s message to mark International Anti-Corruption Day
http://www.pfsr.org/national-highlights/anti-corruption-commission-seychelles-chief-executive-lucy-athanasiuss-message-to-mark-international-anti-corruption-day/

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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Jun 13, 2017 11:57 am

to One Seychelles
4 mins ·
The Nation, the people expects a lot more. From the Assembly. They should have the stomach. The ambition. The vision. To move the country forward. The country needs a Political Downpayment for the future. Can this Assembly deliver? Everyone to their own.
There is the need for national debates. Debates on/of Real Issues. Issues affecting the daily lives of all citizens. Debates to promote a better Seychelles. Dignified Seychelles. Compassionate Seychelles.This Assembly should produce Comprehensive Policies. Demonising not one of them.
The Truth, Reconciliation, etc. Commission. Could be set on the back burner. It could become a Joke. A Circus. Some are talking of the 1950’s. During the Briitish Rule. It is their job. Their prerogative. For Diversion. Distraction. The opponent of change. Still in the box. It all comes with the absence of the specific period by the Assembly. Closure in the too distant future. Progress on the Anti- Corruption commission barely visible.
These two. Amongst many others. Are these shortcomings by design? Or the Institution too big, too large, too huge for them? Or Just plain Inability? To manage? To handle? Or fingers singed? Hands burnt? Many Presidential Aspirations. Few Presidential Disposition.
The Assembly is put to task. About all the shortcomings. There is this wobbly response. Wounded excuses. “It has been FORTY YEARS. Exercise Patience”. “Nous pe guette ladans”. Patience for the next FORTY YEARS? With All the Indignities? As a Bonus!!
Economic power in the hands of the selected few. Difficult for local entrepreneurs. Local banks not supportive. They do not belong to the Club. The Assembly should engage with the Ministry of Finance. To act as guarantors for Serious local entrepreneurs. ALL. Change in the Economic Landscape would be perceivable. Buoyant.
Investments in the country fall under two distinct categories. Real Foreign Capital. And Foreign Intellectual Property financed by local investors/partners. The local banks play a large role. Local entrepreneurs outside this exclusive economic framework.
The Assembly should initiate a review of these two categories of investments. With any/all details. On any/all investments on our shores. Any/all guarantors in the country. Individuals. Companies. Banks. All the BAD DEBTS. There could be some surprises. Pleasant. Unpleasant. Or Animal Farm revisited. ‘All animals are equal. Some more equal than others’.

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‘Gifts of State’ exhibition

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Oct 17, 2017 6:53 pm


‘Gifts of State’ exhibition

17-October-2017
‘A true reflection of transparency and accountability’


The Seychellois public will, as of today, be able to inspect and admire one year worth of ‘gifts of state’ in an exhibition being held at the National Cultural Centre.
The ‘Gifts of States’ exhibition, as it has been dubbed, is the first of its kind and was opened in a brief yet momentous ceremony yesterday.
In attendance were President Danny Faure, Vice-President Vincent Meriton, Designated Minister Macsuzy Mondon, President of the Court of Appeal Francis MacGregor, ministers, the Commissioner of Police Kishnan Labonte, the Attorney General Frank Ally and other well-regarded and distinguished guests.
The exhibition intends to mark and commemorate one year since the inauguration of President Faure as the President of the Republic of Seychelles on October 16, 2016.
As stated by Mohamed Afif, the Secretary of State for Cabinet Affairs, President Faure took his oaths promising a more inclusive and participative society.
He wanted, and still hopes, to see a country where honesty, integrity, social justice, good governance and transparency are not only aspired for but also attained.
It has been said by some that throughout his one year of presidency President Faure has thoroughly advocated for the above values, establishing policies and introducing legislations that build upon them.
Henceforth in the spirit of transparency and accountability, a multitude gifts of states - which are gifts the President have received from foreign delegations and locals as well as during official state visits - have been curated for the curiosity of all.
Delicate Chinese vases and artworks, gold coins from Cuba as well as its ever-famous cigars and rum, a signed copy of the Good English Bible by Bishop French Chang-Him, New Grove rums from our Mauritian neighbour, an elephant piece from Kenya and a small wooden replica of a ship from the Comoros are only some of the exhibition pieces up for display.

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