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President Faure’s first 100 days in office

Post  Sirop14 on Wed Jan 25, 2017 6:24 pm

President Faure’s first 100 days in office

Yesterday, January 24, marked the first 100 days of President Danny Faure’s administration in office. This occasion is covered extensively in a special edition of the State House... Read More
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President Faure at AU Summit in Addis Ababa

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:22 pm

President Faure at AU Summit in Addis Ababa

President Danny Faure will be attending the 28th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union (AU) Summit which will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on January 30-31, 2017. The Summit... Read More
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President meets retiring public servants

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President meets retiring public servants
27-January-2017
A group of retiring public servants from different ministries met President Danny Faure at State House yesterday.

The 12 officers have retired from the Ministry of Habitat, Infrastructure and Land Transport, department of health, of education, of information and communications technology (DICT), Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA), department of employment, Seychelles Revenue Commission (SRC), Ministry of Finance, Trade and Economic Planning and the department of environment.

Two women, Doreen Souris and Monique Bibi, are also retiring after serving at State House for 42 and 53 years respectively.
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28th Assembly of the African Union

Post  Sirop14 on Mon Jan 30, 2017 10:35 am


28th Assembly of the African Union

Africa’s relevance calls for reforms at the UN, says President Faure President Danny Faure called on the new Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Gueterres for a new inclusive... Read More
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28th Ordinary Session of the Executive Council | African Union
https://www.au.int/en/newsevents/19590/28th-ordinary-session-executive-council
This came at the opening of the 28th Ordinary Session of the AU Executive ... of State with appropriate recommendations for consideration by the Assembly

UN Chief to participate in 28th AU Summit in Ethiopia
http://www.africanews.com/2017/01/28/un-chief-to-participate-in-28th-au-summit-in-ethiopia/

Uhuru to leave for 28th African Union Assembly at Addis Ababa, Saturday
http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2017/01/27/uhuru-to-leave-for-28th-african-union-assembly-at-addis-ababa-saturday_c1496105

Addis Ababa: The 28th ordinary session of the assembly of the African Union will begin on Monday
http://cameroon-concord.com/headlines/7681-addis-ababa-the-28th-ordinary-session-of-the-assembly-of-the-african-union-will-begin-on-monday

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Cabinet decisions

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Feb 09, 2017 8:38 pm

Cabinet decisions

09-February-2017
Over 25 policy and project memoranda were discussed yesterday during a meeting of the cabinet chaired by President Danny Faure.

These included an updated Land Use plan for Île Aurore.

Plans were also presented to provide for improved traffic flow in Victoria and along the East Coast. These would include, among others, Phase 2 of the Victoria by-pass project, linking Latanier Road to the road going past the Amusement Centre and linking to North Mahé. It was also proposed to add an extra lane along Francis Rachel Street, and to create a new roundabout on Bois de Rose Avenue opposite the STC hypermarket, with a future link to Mont Fleuri Road. An enhanced roundabout was also planned for Plaisance.

A roundabout would also be created at the entrance to the International Airport at Pointe Larue. The Land Transport Department would discuss with MNAs and district authorities proposals for easing traffic flow along Pointe Larue road and the East Coast highway.

Cabinet approved amendments to the Seychelles Fire & Rescue Services Agency (SFRSA) Act 2010, as well as the updated three-year strategic plan for the agency. Enhancements in the plan would include the creation of new fire stations in districts such as Anse Royale, as well as Lifeguard Services along the main beaches. The strategic plan emphasised the need for additional manpower and finance to enable the agency to continue providing a high level of service.

Cabinet approved the setting up of a system of National Accommodation Standards for the grading of hotels and guesthouses, as well as establishing minimum legal requirements for licensed tourism accommodation.

Cabinet approved a policy framework for public private partnerships in national development.

Cabinet also approved updated Civil Aviation Regulations consistent with ICAO standards.
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President Faure to Deliver State of the Nation Address on Tuesday 14th February, 2017.

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:33 pm


President Faure to Deliver State of the Nation Address on Tuesday 14th February, 2017.


10 February, 2017

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The National Assembly will convene on Tuesday 14th February, 2017 at 1700hrs where the President of the Republic of Seychelles, Mr. Danny Faure will deliver the State of the Nation Address.
The National Assembly will then reconvene on Thursday 16th, as well as Friday 17th February, 2017 from 0900hrs whereby Members, led by the Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Wavel Ramkalawan and the Leader of Government Business, Hon. Charles De Commarmond, will reply to the address.
http://nationalassembly.sc/index.php/2017/02/10/press-release-president-faure-to-deliver-state-of-the-nation-address-on-tuesday-14th-february-2017/

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SBC SEYCHELLES - STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS 2017 - BY PRESIDENT DANNY FAURE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wR3w3TWTGlM&feature=youtu.be

Comments -Marie-Andrée Berthane Francis‎ to One Seychelles
2 hrs ·
Most interesting for me:
- the rebranding of NDEA. Can't wait to see its new structure and plan of action.
- initiatives to address the Housing problem. Not sure whether or not this will work in practice. Maybe someone 'lo teren' can comment.
- the postponement of Progressive Income Tax implementation until 2018 - more time is needed to understand how this will work in practice to avoid same issues as with 13th month salary saga.
- Education Reform. Long overdue!
- he acknowledged that lepep erred in how they have been managing teachers and what they will do going forward.
- he apologised for the mistake with water pollution at (can't remember which area!!!) . This is good, he also said sorry about the mess up with the contractors. Accepting responsibility for failures!!
- he's toned down his voice. In aret kriye ler i koze.
However, actions speak louder than words, let's see.

Marie-Andrée Berthane Francis Agreed Mohammad, let's wait and see what actions he will take to fix the wrong-doings.If he's bold enough he would remove the rotten apples that he's inherited, but my guess is nothing will happen with those people. That'll be a real coup d'état and I don't think he's got the guts to upset the status quo. I'm waiting to see how he handles mess ups under HIS watch. That'll be the litmus test for me.!

Sesel Pou Seselwa No way Marie-Andrée. After he failed to make the rotten apples Ministers, thanks to the LDS assembly, he "invented" new jobs for them. The rotten apples are all still there, doing nothing - as far as I can see, but getting paid a FAT salary from the taxpayers monies.

Marie-Andrée Berthane Francis Hear, hear SPS. That's why I said actions speak louder than words! Real change requires him to put his neck on the line and be prepared to be forced out of PL because, inevitably he will upset PLO. That's true leadership as far as I'm concerned; putting the nation's interest before your own. Has he got the guts to do that ?

Antonio Bonne Okay guys.Its a possitive speech ..lets take note that most of this is because Mr President is listenning to Lds Lets hope its not only words as usual but action.Election....pa koze sa.Zot pou reste sourd menm sa.hihihi.

Dorothy Vielle I note he stated "reduire kantite drog ki entre dan pei" I guess eliminating it completely is not an option?
Can we not make improvements to ensure that all illicit drugs gets detected at the point of entry?

Dave Souffe ZET ANBA
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Pinto Hoareau It's the first time that I have heard a president from SPUP/SPPF/PARTI
LEPEP ask for forgiveness for something .. I know that this would have never
been possible without the majority of LDS in the Assembly... SO I THANK THE LDS TEAM FOR THAT..
my message to PART LEPEP is ,get used to asking for forgiveness...

Simone Bistoquet I bezwen premye fwa.... ou pan abitye swiv... monn ne dan sppf grandi e pou mor ladan monn ta de plizyer fwa....




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State-of-the-nation address by President Danny Faure, February 14, 2017

Post  Sirop14 on Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:52 pm

State-of-the-nation address by President Danny Faure, February 14, 2017

‘Where Seychelles wins, the Seychellois people win’   Mr. Speaker, Leader of the Opposition, Leader of Government Business, Dear Honourable Members of the National Assembly,   I gave the... Read More

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=252896

President Danny Faure delivers his first State-of-the-nation address
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=252895


Discours de l’Etat de la Nation : Le président Faure annonce des décisions importantes
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=252893

Ladres lo Leta Lanasyon - Prezidan Danny Faure i anons plizyer mezir dan domenn lakaz, proze irzan dan 3 housing estates
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=252894

President Faure to hold live press conference on SBC TV and radio
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=252892


You need material for the Reclamation, you will need rocks - you cannot destroy the the environment and landscape - this is a combine strong thinking many in that Seychelles just will not understand - the Wisdom of the Phase lll Reclamation and now they have discovered we do not have enough reclaimed land -Your Tram will come - to my/our black brothers stop insulting your intellect - all those who remember Seychelles early development back with the UNIDO 1977 - after 1991 we pioneered the concept of Project management gearing and linkage - meaning -we talk of sustainable global workings - gone are the days a nation or any nation develops a project or program alone they are interlinked/geared - with other regional development or specific international development they generate energy, dynamic,synergy when managed adequately they create and provide a more positive world workings - one must beware of the Abuse - Everybody forgets the last African Union statement to President Danny Faure to buy more into African Union Agenda - African Union slowed/stop growing when we from that SIROP program stop our engagements/inputs - the UN, the USA, China, Russia and EU is very aware - the corrupted/dishonest media can take wings and fly.

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Seychelles’ National Assembly leaders reply to State of the Nation address

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:20 pm

Seychelles’ National Assembly leaders reply to State of the Nation address

Victoria, Seychelles | February 16, 2017, Thursday @ 15:07 in National » GENERAL | By: Salifa Magnan, Sharon Ernesta and Betymie Bonnelame | Views: 648
Seychelles’ National Assembly leaders reply to State of the Nation address
The Seychelles National Assembly building at Ile du Port. (Joena Bonnelame, Seychelles News Agency)

(Seychelles News Agency) - The two leaders in the Seychelles’ National Assembly on Thursday gave their responses to the president’s State of the Nation address that he delivered this week.

- See more at: http://www.seychellesnewsagency.com/articles/6780/Seychelles+National+Assembly+leaders+reply+to+State+of+the+Nation+address#sthash.4kFNST8M.dpuf

SBC SEYCHELLES - REPLY TO THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS 2017 BY THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION
https://youtu.be/SuQ90MHYniM

Comment -We have listened to Hon Wavel Wankalawan reply - indeed he has been more positive than negative - as a would be President he lack the understanding of greater and complex nation working in a global world - vast strand of President JA Michel politic, economic and policy were influenced by outside forces/synergy/dynamics which is as deadly as the Drug epidemic -the same fate awaits President Danny Faure government and indeed an eventual LDS government -we can either make a list of the very important and significant interventions - it is pointless to go to the UN or the AU or EU they are brutal reality - just as the madness that Russia have been interfering in election around the world - we have been writing and telling the UN and the EU of the existence of a certain high mechanism and they purport the Russian control this. The workings of those 25,000 seychellois exile are not to going to disappear and our greater Seychelles diaspora working are not gong to vanish either - Seychelles government Diplomacy do no and cannot control all of its entities/functionality - it is a bloody lie that Seychelles government build the modern Civil society/NGO on account of the global. working back some 15/20 years the emphasis to help build Seychelles civic society and NGO preciously because of these problematic and like/as European NGO their role to understand and help the government,Politicians understand and work those issues. He did acknowledge in part the forces that helped to make the 2016 election produce certain results - We have a very important regional workings the COI and the benchmark of all these nation yet the Hon MNA not once address this important topic - "this is not a blasted joke - there are mechanism out there which can have adverse impact on the weather of that Seychelles if apply, on its fishing and Tourism industry and Investments " the late president Mancham have battled many years we are a small Nation battling in a greater world and we need to think and function as such - respond. Along with the election of 2016 and the Opposition win the need to re-drive, rebuild and redynamise the economic and Seychelles regional and international functioning - he did not address these - we have referred to some of the 30 years of Seychelles economic workings and the blasted lies of our media so call great experts the university the politicians the UNDP/IMF and African Union and the long list how many important economic and project have been driven - the global approach as of 1991 and the many global crash and those who endeavor to redefine this working and its benchmark - We have many Commission in that country and for those MNA and politicians to refuse to listen or help bring the understanding of such working to those Commission amount to blatant dishonesty, corruption and crookedness and criminality. If those education g our University cannot are incapable to teach they should be fired and replaced with adequate ones. You/pone do not need nuclear weapon.bombs and large armies to make input in global functioning the EU, the US Russia, African Union and china - or the Arab world. This require individual who are prepared to shoulder serious responsibilities. In addressing thanking those who do distinguish action for the nation and society as exist in Mauritius and Old Zanzibar - we should start by putting in place Institutions that can understand the role and function of our greater exile/refugee function and our diaspora - those in that Seychelles need to grasp very serious what it is like for a national group to have the capacity and power to destabilize that country or help build it positively. We would have expected that he would take a leaf of the African Union/UN program or that of the EU and help support and foster Africa mega exile/refugee crises form economic and social prospective he did nothing - did not do this.


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Conférence de presse du président Danny Faure :

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:45 pm

Conférence de presse du président Danny Faure :

17-February-2017
“La presse est le quatrième pouvoir », dit-il



Le président Danny Faure a mercredi tenu une première conférence de presse depuis qu’il a hérité les règnes du pouvoir de son successeur, l’ancien président James Michel, en octobre dernier.

La face à face avec la presse qui était retransmise en direct à la radio et télévision représentait une double première: C’était en effet pour la première fois dans l’histoire du pays qu’un président répondait aux questions de toute la presse locale réunie.

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President appoints new chief executives, consultant

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President appoints new chief executives, consultant

18-February-2017


President Danny Faure has announced the appointment of Rupert Siméon as chief executive of the Société Seychelloise d'Investissements (SSI) with effect from February 15, 2017.

He replaces Jacquelin Dugasse who has held the post for a two-year term. Mr Dugasse will now serve as government consultant on investment.

Mr Siméon, who was the CEO of the Seychelles Investment Board (SIB), will be replaced as chief executive by the current deputy CEO of SIB, Angelique Antat.
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President Faure: SONA - " Let's Change The Conservation"!

Post  Sirop14 on Sun Feb 19, 2017 8:25 am

President Faure: SONA - " Let's Change The Conservation"!

President Danny Faure addressed the People of Seychelles in the traditional State of The Nation Address, presented each year by the standing Head of State. Immediately after the Speech, before the National Assembly could reply to the speech, Mr. Faure called the first ever, first ever, open press conference at State House accessible by all media houses, be it state or political or commercial in nature. The entire press corps was allowed to question the President.
http://freeseychellesnow.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/president-faure-sona-lets-change_18.html

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President visits Praslin reserves, L’Union Estate on La Digue

Post  Sirop14 on Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:49 pm

President visits Praslin reserves, L’Union Estate on La Digue

• Clarifies coco de mer exportation ban and sale of shares in l’Union Estate President Danny Faure on Saturday visited La Digue and Praslin where he interacted with locals as well as... Read More
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=252954

President Danny Faure visits the Vallée de Mai
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SCCI comments on State-of-the-nation address

21-February-2017
The Seychelles Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has commented on President Danny Faure’s State-of-the-nation address.

While agreeing on certain points raised in the address, the chamber has expressed reservations on others.

We publish the reaction of the SCCI through the following communiqué issued by its chairman, Wilson Nancy.

“There are two sides of a coin. On the one side there is the social aspect and on the other side there is the economic aspect.

“The President focussed mainly on the social aspect right from the onset. When he said ‘To understand the state of our nation, it is important that we understand the state of our families, our communities, our society, and our democracy’.
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President Faure visits specialist hospitals in Colombo

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Feb 28, 2017 7:39 pm

President Faure visits specialist hospitals in Colombo

28-February-2017
President Danny Faure visited two hospitals during his first working visit in Sri Lanka, Colombo.

The President’s visit to the specialist medical centres is geared towards further consolidating the strong mutual respect and cooperation between Seychelles and Sri Lanka’s leading healthcare facilities especially for highly specialised medical procedures and services.
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=253063

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President Faure in bilateral talks with Sri Lankan counterpart

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Mar 02, 2017 11:20 pm

President Faure in bilateral talks with Sri Lankan counterpart


On the final day of his working visit in Sri Lanka, President Danny Faure held bilateral talks with Maithripala Sirisena, President of Sri Lanka. President Faure expressed satisfaction on the... Read More
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Seychelles and Sri Lanka - Bolstering relations in agriculture and maritime security
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Seychelles and Sri Lanka to broaden cooperation in fisheries, legal affairs
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Cabinet decisions – Extraordinary meeting -Changes to Constitution approved

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Mar 07, 2017 9:19 pm

Cabinet decisions – Extraordinary meeting -Changes to Constitution approved

07-March-2017
A number of changes to the Constitution as well as other items of proposed legislation have been approved by the Cabinet during an extraordinary session yesterday chaired by President Danny Faure.

The changes to the Constitution include a change in the manner of succession to the presidency in the event that the post of president becomes prematurely vacant.

Under the proposed amendment, the vice-president would become president until such time that an election for a new president was held under Article 51 of the Constitution.

Other constitutional amendments include changes in the number of members of the Constitutional Appointments Authority (CAA), where the president and the leader of the opposition would each propose two members, and the fifth member, who would also be the chairperson, would be appointed by the four members; where the four members do not agree on the chairperson, they will submit four or five names to the president for consideration for appointment as chairperson.

Another constitutional amendment would increase the number of members of the Electoral Commission from five to seven, including the chairperson.

The remaining constitutional changes concerned new positions in the National Assembly. This include formalising the post of leader of government business, and creating new posts of deputy leader of government business and deputy leader of the opposition.

The Cabinet also approved proposals to change the structural composition of the governing board of the Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation, whereby the board will include members from all three main arms of government, as well as civil society, Sifco (Seychelles Interfaith Council) and the SCCI (Seychelles Chamber of Commerce and Industry).

Cabinet also approved an increase from three to five in the number of members of the Anti-Corruption Commission, in addition to its chair and vice-chair.

An amendment to the Public Holidays Act to make Easter Monday a public holiday, and removing 5th June as a public holiday was also approved by Cabinet.

Cabinet approved proposals for a Supplementary Appropriation for 2017, amounting to some R226.5 million, for further consideration by the National Assembly.

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=253154

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President Faure to undertake State visit to Kenya

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Mar 24, 2017 8:14 pm

President Faure to undertake State visit to Kenya
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Re: President Faure’s first 100 days in office

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:37 pm

Presidential Delegation to the Republic of Kenya Announced

Thu, 30 March 2017

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Following the invitation of His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta, President Faure will be travelling to Kenya on a State Visit from 3rd to 4th April 2017. Members of his delegation will include:


• Minister for Fisheries & Agriculture, Mr Michael Benstrong

• Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports & Marine, Mr Maurice Loustau-Lalanne

• Foreign Secretary for the Department of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Claude Morel

• Member of National Assembly for Anse Etoile, Hon Ahmed Afif

• Member of National Assembly for Anse Royale, Hon Sylvanne Lemiel

• Chief Executive Officer of the National Drug Enforcement Agency (NDEA) Mr Kishnan Labonte

• The Chairperson of the Citizens Engagement Platform (CEPS), Mr Jules Hoareau

• The Chairperson of the Seychelles Chamber of Commerce (SCCI), Mr Wilson Nancy

• Members of the national press corps


President Faure is expected to leave the country on Sunday 2nd April 2017.
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President Danny Faure’s state visit to Kenya

Post  Sirop14 on Sat Apr 08, 2017 4:53 pm

President Danny Faure’s state visit to Kenya

07-April-2017
Seychelles-Kenya relations enter new stage after fruitful, historic visit

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Re: President Faure’s first 100 days in office

Post  Sirop14 on Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:19 am

President Faure. Review of his first 6 months in office.

Facebook followers should join in a discussion of his achievements and shortcomings. I'll stick my neck out; I admit to being biased, so shoot me down.
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REFORM OF HIS PARTY
President Faure is carrying out much needed reforms to change PL into a modern democratic socialist organisation. In so doing, as expected, he is meeting some resistance from within his own party but a PL that does not change will condemn itself to certain electoral defeat in 2020. The President has an uphill task because LDS has the momentum, and the majority of people are crying out for change.
JAM was right to step down as head of the party. If President Faure is selected to replace him, as seems likely, it will strengthen his position.
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REFORM OF THE CONSTITUTION
Both parties in the NA have co-operated in introducing some much needed changes to the Constitution, but the right to vote for Seychellois living overseas is still a bone of contention. The majority of Seychellois in the diaspora are likely to vote for LDS, and PL knows that giving them the right to vote without being present in Seychelles for 3 months would be committing political suicide.
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CO-HABITATION
President Faure is working more closely with LDS (co-habilitation). He has shown an ability to listen to worthy ideas from whatever sources. By appointing independent people, including LDS sympathisers, on various boards and committees, he is proving that he is "president of all the people", at the risk of upsetting some PL diehards. Taking Ahmed Afif on his delegation to Kenya was a wise move; it showed Kenya the maturity of democracy in Seychelles, an example to the East African region.
Abolishing the 5th June, which was very decisive, is a step at reconciliation.
JAM tried to encourage " unity and reconciliation" but did not get far because of his "baggage". President Faure's attempts to make progress in reconciliation has a better chance of success.
THE ECONOMY
Economically, he is following his predecessor's successful policy of encouraging Seychellois owned small and medium size businesses. He has learnt the lessen from Cuba, where he attended university, of how not to run an economy.
GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES
Total government expenditures are running out of control. When the economy is doing so well, it is tempting for government to abandon tight financial prudence and discipline. External debts repayment is far too slow. Inefficiencies in every department are not being tackled. As the 2020 election nears, we can expect even greater government expenditures, e.g. borrowing much more for affordable housing.
TOURISM
Tourism is our number one industry, and continues to do well under his government. Appointing Maurice Lousteau Lalanne was a good decision. Reserving small hotels and guest houses of less than 15 beds for Seychellois is commendable, but perhaps, should be extended to 25 bed establishments.
The outcry about the Grand Police hotel project shows the need for (a) Sensitive development in the far south and (b) The need to declare a national reserve for either the Grand Police area or the Cap Ternay area. The president would ignore the people's demands at his own risk.
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TUNA CONTROVERSY
Tuna industry is our second sector, and the President has yet to prove that he can stand up to the pressures of large foreign companies, especially the purse seiners.
History will not forgive President Faure if he does not insist on sustainable catch limits, limitations on the number of purse seiners and the number of FADs per vessel, to preserve the tuna stocks for future generations.
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EMPLOYMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY
There are more than 15,000 foreign workers while Seychellois complain of lack of jobs. Immigrant workers coming from very poor countries are prepared to work long and unsociable hours, for much lower wages, and Seychellois workers cannot compete. Large luxury hotels rely on foreign workers for their skills and reliability, but could be accused of not giving enough opportunities for more young Seychellois to learn new skills and to prove themselves. President Faure should look at ways to help local workers. Is there any rule to say that every hotel must employ a minimum percentage of Seychellois in every department? Say 33 per cent or at least 25% in every department. In return, political parties must not defend Seychellois who are laid off for unreliabilities and inefficiencies. No employer will get rid of a good worker. Our workers must learn to be more disciplined. Why does STC need Sri Lankan's for simple unskilled jobs?
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INEQUALITY
Every country has a problem with equality, be it western democratic, socialist one party states, or any other political system. The worse inequalities are in dictatorial socialist one party states such as Cuba.
Adopting the LDS proposals of 5000 rupees per month for each elderly person, and for a 13 month salary, was a smart move politically, and has reduced the level of poverty. However, it may contribute to inflation and put pressure on "forex".
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CORRUPTION
President Faure is not obstructing the efforts LDS is making to expose PL's favouritism, abuses and corruptions of the past. He could be criticised for not doing enough to bring culprits to justice. However, he has made it plain, that under his term of office, corruption will no longer be tolerated. The country is more optimistic about the future.
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HOUSING
His ambitious housing program will be popular with those who will benefit, and will be a boost to employment.
New transparent criteria for allocation of housing units, and having representatives of both PL and LDS on the selection and allocation committees, is a huge step forward.
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SALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND
The days of favouritism and abuses and corruptions are mostly over. Transparent criteria and points system, supervised by both PL and LDS representatives on allocation committees, will ensure fairness.
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Foreign affairs. He has rightly decided that Kenya-Seychelles relationship is top of the agenda, and that UAE is also important for Seychelles.
His predecessor signed an agreement with India for the Indian navy to use Assumption. That was an error of judgement, and a foreign policy faux pas, but it may be too late for president Faure to do anything about it.
People are crying out for more control over foreign VIP visitors, entry of bodyguards and guns, greater custom checks, etc. and the President will try to defuse the situation by establishing clear rules and procedures, and adequate training of the airport police and custom officers.
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NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
Much progress has taken place but the deficiencies are still too great. Public confidence has been severely damaged, and shows no sign of improving. Lip service is paid to "putting patients first " but in reality, patients are expected to accept what's on offer. More patient satisfaction surveys should be carried out, and analysed, so that we can improve the services.
Key hole surgery must be introduced. How long can we continue to remove gallstones by the old fashion open surgery, with high complication rates and long costly hospital stays. We are 25 years behind.
The new master plan for hospitals meets a long delayed requirement. Every department will need to be upgraded, but the tremendous cost can be spread over 25 years.
As the needs for secondary hospital care are so great, it is all too easy for the Ministry to forget that the foundation of any health service system is a better primary community care services. The training needs of doctors and nurses in the community must be addressed. Quality audits must be carried out regularly in every clinic e.g. percentage of hypertensive patients who are poorly controlled, percentage of diabetic patients who are receiving adequate care, etc.
Manpower resources must be addressed, not only the need for more Seychellois doctors and nurses, but also for allied health professionals such as cardiac technicians, ultrasound specialists, podiatrists, etc.
As wealthy people, politicians and their families, can afford to go overseas for medical care, there is less pressure to improve secondary care services.
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EDUCATION
The public perception is that the free education system is failing. It could be argued that it was a mistake to reintroduce private schools, which creates unequal opportunities. As wealthy people, politicians' children, and the middle class children send their children to the two good private secondary schools, there is less pressure to improve the system for children from the less well off families.
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THE DRUG PROBLEM
This huge and growing problem has no easy solution. The bi-partisan approach to find some solutions is a welcome development. The localisation of NDEA is worth trying. The petty crimes committed by drug addicts is probably the major threat to our tourist industry, and this risk should not be underestimated.
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THE JUDICIARY
There has been much criticisms of our judiciary, some justified, others not. The President has appointed more Seychellois judges, and it is hoped, they will prove their independence.
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SBC
SBC is improving, and more coverage is given to LDS and the NA, but there is much more to do before it becomes a truly independent organisation. A bipartisan committee with MNAs from both sides is to be welcome. Just a reminder that it is in PL's interest to have a truly independent SBC, as PL may be in opposition after 2020.
Fortunately, more than 20,000 Seychellois have access to Facebook, to keep in touch with the latest news, to read independent opinions, and to express their own views on a wide range of national issues, unlike in Cuba where only 2000 selected citizens have been given permissions for home wifi.
THE ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION
The nation is waiting for President Faure to improve his credentials on conservation. The protected zone around Aldabra, we are told by WR, may be extended by another 30 km. If that law were to be passed now, the indian naval base could not go ahead, as Assumption is only 27km from Aldabra. My guess is that Government and the NA will delay the decision until the base has been built.
The President after wide consultations has to decide, before too long, which beach areas will be kept pristine for future generations, protected from all development, and which areas can be developed but only sensitively, after wide public consultations.
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To conclude, President Faure is "growing into the job", can point to some worthwhile achievements, and has gained the respect of independent observers. He must continue to be his own man, to keep listening to good ideas from whatever sources, to go further with "co-habilitation", and to promote more capable people from whatever political affiliation. We can be optimistic, that we are at the beginning of a new and better era.


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Robert Grandcourt Guy Ah-Moye Well done my friend. This is a very pertinent and objective observation worthy of a discussion. I will think about it and comment when I have a bit more time at my disposal.

Tiz Victor-Bristol A fair assessment. Never underestimate DRF. He is typical of his zodiac sign, slow, careful and observant. What next is quite unpredictable. However, I'm pretty happy in the way he is operating.

Ronny Noel If anything positive is happening in our country's because the National Assembly's not a joke anymore. It's getting harder and harder everyday for the PL, and Danny have no choice. But the day is coming when the whole Seychelles nation will unite and live as one and be an example for the world with the best Democracy

Brigitte Savy Bussawon Very interesting.

Marie-Andrée Berthane Francis When he starts disciplining and sacking ministers for gross incompetence, Mitzcy Larue comes to mind; then I'll start taking him more seriously. Until that happens any goodwill gesture is meaningless and is just tokenism. Let us not be fooled by Rollen.

Marie-Andrée Berthane Francis What is the point of appointing an opposition supporter to a board when he keeps an incompetent minister in his government? Whose interest is he serving with that kind of behaviour?

Patrick Payet Eye opener....

Vesna Rakic Fair audit well done. I think one pertinent issue is Social Affairs and how damaged our people are post 40 years of terrorism and abuse, and the economic cost of this in terms of the unemployable as a result of the output of the system = a huge drug (a...See More

Tony Belle This is my view of DRF 's first six month as the president. I will read the assessment of Guy Ah-Moye after writing my opinion. Danny has done work that he is paid a big salary for it. Whether it has made the life of the people better is for another de...See More Your observation under the title of "Reform of the Constitution" says it all about Danny Faure. He is a fraud who is putting the interest of his party and his predecessors and mentors ahead of those of the country and the people. When FW De Klerk decided to free Nelson Mandela and allow real democracy to prevail in South Africa, he knew that he was killing off his own National Party and the policy of apartheid. However he took the right moral high road and did what was right for South Africa and its people, even if it meant the end of his own political party and his own political career. This is the type of decisive action that men of courage and principles do. THEY DO THE RIGHT THING when called upon to do so even if it is against their own personal interests. The day that Danny Faure emulates De Klerk, then I will doff my hat to him. Right now he is still Rene's, the Savys and JAM's tou tou boy. He is not putting the interest of the people and the country first. His cosmetic changes will satisfy only the gullible and no one else.

Roseline Jennifer Houareau For me I have this day. He has just been plastering an old wound to prevent amputation. Nothing new and impressive.

Guy Ah-Moye One thing is very clear. Every country benefits from periodic changes of government. In developed countries, it is unusual for any political party to remain in power for more than three terms. As our democracy is maturing at an unprecedented speed, Seychelles too will see rotations of parties in government, with each party only lasting 2-3 terms in power. This will be healthy. We will see.

Guy Labrosse Your observation under the title of "Reform of the Constitution" says it all about Danny Faure. He is a fraud who is putting the interest of his party and his predecessors and mentors ahead of those of the country and the people. When FW De Klerk decid...See More

Guy Ah-Moye I said not enough efforts are bring made to tackle inefficiencies in various departments. I have just read the world bank report on the Seychelles economy updated on 6th October 2016. It says,"fiscal policy has turned expansionary......need to make public sector more efficient...."

Guy Ah-Moye I said not enough priority is being given to repaying some of our external debts. Just read the IMF report after visit of 4th April 2017. It says,"Macroeconomic performance continued to be strong in 2016......It stressed that inability to contain fis...See More I said not enough priority is being given to repaying some of our external debts. Just read the IMF report after visit of 4th April 2017. It says,"Macroeconomic performance continued to be strong in 2016......It stressed that inability to contain fiscal spending pressures could undermine government's efforts to sustain strong fiscal primary surpluses and jeopardised medium-term debt reduction target.". In good times, should Government use the opportunity to repay more of of our external debts, rather than give in to speding pressures from all ministries?

Roland Hoarau After spending 27yrs with the ministry of agriculture, i have seen the rise n fall of the agri industry. There needs to be a complete relook at the min of agri. AND an independent body should reassess this industry. If we leave it to the actual agri mi...See More After spending 27yrs with the ministry of agriculture, i have seen the rise n fall of the agri industry. There needs to be a complete relook at the min of agri. AND an independent body should reassess this industry. If we leave it to the actual agri ministry emoloyees to come up with new ideas, way forward, it will be worthless. President Faure must relaunch this sector of this economy n get it out of the massive pit it has fallen into.

Roland Hoarau There is a demand for fresh coconut oil, tourism has increas3d sharply n fresh coconuts are always on demand... yet, we see no effort on the Gov. Side to relaunch propagation n planting of coconuts.

Roland Hoarau Gov officials spend all their time on overseas travels or in meetings... nothing is done at grass level...This is my view of DRF 's first six month as the president. I will read the assessment of Guy Ah-Moye after writing my opinion. Danny has done work that he is paid a big salary for it. Whether it has made the life of the people better is for another debate. He is an off shoot of the old SPUP and we can see what they have done to the people and the country. I live in a real democracy and have prospered academically and personally. I wish it was the same for every Seychellois back home. When I go to the football in Melbourne, the stadium accommodates over 90,000 people , the whole Seychelles population. It is run very well, no ministry of cafeteria , or box office or toilets. It all runs very smoothly. It makes me wonder what is hard to improve the life of such a small group of people. From my perspective. Seychelles need a new non- LP government to do what is necessary to move the country forward. Danny is working with one arm tied behind his back and carries too much baggage from the past. We need a new dawn, a new beginning. At the moment LDS is the only party that can make it happen. Now I can read Dr. Ah-Moye's assessment to understand a different analysis.

Larue Pips So far i see many committees and people being placated and given posts to keep them happy and quiet. The real issues are not even mentioned. Drugs poverty high cost of living health care education interest loans high taxes on food agriculture and secur...See MoreSo far i see many committees and people being placated and given posts to keep them happy and quiet. The real issues are not even mentioned. Drugs poverty high cost of living health care education interest loans high taxes on food agriculture and securing sustainable food sources and our depleting fish stock corruption...when will these be dealth with seriously? When will we see teachers being given incentives and a campaign to improve not only our educatiom system but also teach our people the importance of education and values/morals? You cannot solve problems with the same mind set and system that created them in the first place. Pl needs to go. They have fleeced this country for 40yrs and a merry band has become rich beyond their wildest dreams and has more power and control than the commander in cheif. This country needs cleansing the peoole.needs the truth and retribution then to forgive. Only then will we move on and build the Seychelles we were meant to be. Darf is also part of the problem as he has been in the government for a long time. Remeber the 50million fiasco? He gave one story then another then calls for an investigation? For a leader to blatantly lie to the people in such a way...just got to show that we dont need pl. Darf i pa fek arive yer pu pran baton....in la en bon pe letan li. He should be a man stand up and do the right thing even if it the end of pl...after all isnt pl just a huge lie to make the people beleive they were freed when infact they were not?

Steve Agricole Although I may agree or disagree these fixings is of no other choice matter had this country been given the opportunity for all its citizens no matter their beliefs as long as they have potential Seychelles would not have been at this point, if change if there is a change that Seychellois would respect Danny for is bring up fresh election until such time nothing is new.

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Dr Ah - Moye have not take the due time to think in depth - Facebook and other Social Network functionality today and across Europe the vast complain the positiveness of such working but cause inability to do deep intellectual thinking or long term thinking and most politicians and those involved work on a day to day approach/mode - We have massive bone to pick in your presentation are you purporting/implying that Sir George Souyave and the Delhomme Family, Mr Robert Frichot are lairs/they never existed and the person of Dr Tony D'offay, Bishop Paul because they had key role in writing that SIROP program you are turning out like many other Seychellois giving credit to the wrong person and occasion. Those 25,000 Seychelles exile/Refugees do not exist - instead the 5,000 Asian who have taken their place in that Seychelles . Do you know that because of that SIROP program the role I played in returning HongKong to China then Lady Thatcher debacle and HongKong Economy 1000 more sophisticated than Seychelles - that SIROP program lend that we help build the biggest Dam in the World/China beside a very long list of other important Chinese economic issues much more those from the Intelligence Community and Illuminati who had requested /pushed that we use/apply the same mechanism to change the USSR, the COMECON again their economy compared to Seychelles and OAU, Latin america to change China - are you aware the important role and function the SIROP program on the BRICS concept - it is very pertinent your post today and the new French President and that Program driving many aspect of Europe economy and big finance. Dr Ah - Moye to you why Wikileaks came about, the SFO, the ICC, the Wikipedia, the Yahoo, some of the social Networks to name a few. More important the coming of the Internet to Seychelles then FA Rene and later the WWW. No/little wonder Mr Gerard Hoareau and his Executive fought with my person as being naive - when you are in politic the need to be brutal - when required complete ruthless. Beside what it took then Cold War to write that research of the COI - then CARICOM and in 1995 the Indian Ocean RIM Association concept both house inn Mauritius what we have addressed.

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STATE VISIT CUBA-President Faure Opens Seychelles Embassy in Cuba

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Apr 28, 2017 12:58 pm

STATE VISIT CUBA-President Faure Opens Seychelles Embassy in Cuba

Havana, Cuba: The President of the Republic of Seychelles, Mr Danny Faure witnessed the official inauguration of the Seychelles Embassy in Cuba, yesterday evening as part of his State visit in Cuba.

The opening of the Resident Embassy in Havana, denotes the dynamic and progressive character of the Cuba-Seychelles relations by being Seychelles’ first resident diplomatic representation in the Latin American and Caribbean region.

During his inaugural address at the Embassy opening ceremony, the Seychelles Foreign Secretary, Ambassador Claude Morel, on behalf of the President and people of Seychelles thanked the Government and people of Cuba for the their hospitality and support towards the establishment of the Resident Embassy.

“The establishment of the Embassy will serve to further facilitate the alignment of our two nations, as we proceed upon the path to a common destiny which see our two peoples flourish and prosper. Our Havana based Embassy will also serve as a bridge between Seychelles and the numerous island nations of the Caribbean region,” said Ambassador Morel.

Cuba and Seychelles established diplomatic relations on April 12th, 1978, and have maintained close cooperation in health, education, and environment as well as in sports, cultural, economic and social spheres.

Following the opening ceremony attended by Embassy Guests, members of the Diplomatic Corps and other dignitaries, President Faure also met with some of the Seychellois students currently studying in Cuba.

President Faure and his delegation arrived in Cuba on Tuesday 25th April 2017 at the José Martí International Airport.

As part of the program for his State Visit in Cuba, President Faure will today, Thursday 27th April lay a wreath to honor Cuban National Hero, Jose Marti, at the Memorial Monument in the Revolution Square. He is also expected to meet with Cuban National Assembly President, Esteban Lazo.

Read More via State House Press Room: http://www.statehouse.gov.sc/news.php?news_id=3421

Souvenir Photo with Seychelles Students in Cuba following unveiling of plaque — in Havana, Cuba.


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Thank you State House for posting this very Historic photos - many years ago 1968/9 in Judge Stiven Resident /Library from Zanzibar read the book the Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway. He had known many East Africa and world experts on Fish and the Sea of our Region. We just had a mega bust up with Mr Garry Tall regarding Seychelles today's News paper particularly over that SIROP program - given the Cuban involvement in Cold War Seychelles how we/I worked many aspect of that program with President Fidel Castro personally - his Embassy in London then and today and the Russian officials who ought to know. The knowledge President Castro had of that program along with the Russian and those form the USA. The process of changes in former COMECON, USSR, China, Africa, Latin America those we had worked that SIROP program with. Time and time we have explained we had wished that the UN , the EU and African Union would help us write/report on that program their resources and capabilities and thematic which they would have been in a better position to address without having their heads chop off. There are many aspects of Cuba economic changes linked importantly to that SIROP program and President Obama , his officials and those form the CIA and other agencies knowledge -the Guantanamo Bay debacles. Those Cuban communities in the USA as the current exile/refugee flooding Europe the management of these thematic and that of Cuba then and the media - We had even been invited by President Castro to visit his country several threads on this topic. What would have Judge EJ Stiven who originated form the CARICOM countries Jamaica of Scott Decent have to say if he had been able to read our comment. Sir James Mancham knew was aware of many of those issues too. We have written of our wish to have that SIROP program revamp President Obama position before leaving Office and President Donald Trump in France the future President - We trust President Danny R Faure will listen - read some of the thematic we have addressed him - there are vast strand of topic we have not introduced and mentioned here. We wish our Embassy and the nation of Cuba a strong and very positive working experience together. Come that Truth, Reconciliation Commission they/the issues which/that will have to be addressed -

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Seychelles first Resident Ambassador accredited to Cuba:
Ambassador Joseph Nourrice has presented his letters of accreditation to HE Gladys Bejerano Portela, Vice-President of the Council of State and Comptroller General of the Republic of Cuba.

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Cuban military plane crash kills eight troops, ministry says

A Cuban military plane crashed into a hillside on Saturday morning in the western province of Artemisa, killing eight troops on board, the government said.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/apr/29/cuba-military-plane-crash-artemisa-eight-dead

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Press Statement issued by the President, the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Heads of the Judiciary on 9th May 2017

Tue, 09 May 2017

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Acknowledging that the Heads of the three branches of Government draw their authority and responsibility directly from the Constitution and their mandate directly from the People of Seychelles whom they serve, the President Danny Faure, Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Pillay, the Chief Justice, Mathilda Twomey and the President of the Court of Appeal Francis MacGregor met and make the following joint statement:

1. We, the Heads of the branches of government have mutual respect for the importance of the separation of powers and respect the integrity of each of the institutions of Government. We are committed to maintaining and protecting the independence of the Judiciary and the institutions set up to protect the Seychellois democracy, including the Constitutional Appointments Authority and the Ombudsman. We accept that the Constitutional Appointments Authority is set up in terms of the Constitution and its function includes the setting up of tribunals. We respect the Tribunal set up in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and call for all people to allow it to run its course free of influence.

2. The people of Seychelles are best served if we work together to achieve the national objectives, whilst respecting the separation of powers. We commit to working together to strengthen the democracy of Seychelles, united in our diversity and in our differing roles. We commit to exercise care and caution with regards to statements and pronouncements criticizing each other in public.

3. We strongly decry any attempts to undermine the institutions of state and the principle of separation of powers.

4. We will continue to work together to ensure that Seychelles is run in an open and democratic way.

http://www.statehouse.gov.sc/news.php?news_id=3432

Mutual Respect
Whilst it is true that the Heads of the three branches of Government draw their authority and responsibility directly from the Constitution, it is not correct to state that their mandate comes directly from the People of Seychelles, this is only true of the Executive and the National Assembly who are elected by the People. As for the branches of government having mutual respect for the importance of the separation of powers and respecting the integrity of each of the institutions of Government, why is it now that this has been brought to fore? Can it be said that under the very people reshuffled to various positions that this has been the case? Many of us have had deep reservations on how committed those entrusted to maintain and protect the independence of our Constitutional Institutions for a healthy Seychellois Democracy. Time will tell of how committed they all are in their declaration of respecting the independence of the Constitutional Appointments Authority and the Ombudsman including their own Institutions! Someday in the future the acts or omissions of today will reviewed in the exact manner as this declaration!

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Acknowledging that the Heads of the three branches of Government draw their authority and responsibility directly from the Constitution and their mandate…
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Kathleen Pillay More like someone attempting to slip in through the back door to pressure the new CAA.

Sadly, I don't see this Press Release as a sincere effort on the part of those responsible to issue it. In my view it is not really about the separation of powers and the necessity to respect the independence of the various branches, because it goes further, unnecessarily, to bring in the CAA and its powers to appoint a tribunal which can only be read as trying to justify the actions of the previous members of the CAA vis a vis Judge Karunakaran, as this is the only tribunal it has ever set up.

This attempt to bring in the CAA can it fact be interpreted by any reasonable person as an interference by the three branches of State in the affairs of the CAA. Tagging on the ombudsman was only seeking an excuse to bring in the main target which is the CAA.

Please respect the intelligence of the people from whom the three arms of State draw their mandate as emphasized by the Press Release.

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Dezyenm Konferans de Pres Prezidansyel- 15 May 2017
Repons Prezidan Faure lo size son Vizyon pour Sesel, bann prensib kle e progre depi ki son manda inn konmanse
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