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Post  Sirop14 on Sun Feb 05, 2017 4:03 pm

LDS has opened its new office at the Lakaz Seselwa at Mont Fleuri, opposite the entrance to the Seychelles Hospital.
The office is opened weekdays from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm and is managed by the party's Administrative Officer Dave Barallon.
LDS chairman Roger Mancienne has said that the office will be available for meetings of any LDS affiliated groups including district committees which do not have a meeting place of their own.
The contact number for the office is 4321122 or 2747130.


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Le Seychellois added 12 new photos to the album: LDS Youth Association (LYA) launched — with Kevin Perine at ICCS Seychelles.

Post  Sirop14 on Mon Feb 06, 2017 10:48 am

Le Seychellois added 12 new photos to the album: LDS Youth Association (LYA) launched — with Kevin Perine at ICCS Seychelles.
18 hrs ·
The Youth Association of Linyon Demokratik Seselwa (LDS) was launched today.
The youth group’s officers are Aaron Bonnelame, Chairperson; Jakawan Hoareau, vice-chairperson; Hafsah Figaro, Secretary; Udrah Gabriel, Treasurer; and Kevin Perine, Public Relation Officer.
LYA regroups Seychellois aged from 15 to 35 years of age.

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LDS i organiz son premye miting piblik

Post  Sirop14 on Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:16 pm

LDS i organiz son premye miting piblik

27-February-2017
Parti Linyon Demokratik Seselwa (LDS) yer ti fer son premye miting piblik pour sa lannen.

Sa ti deroul lo laplenn Roche Caïman.

Bann dirizan sa parti ti pran laparol sakenn a son tour pour adres zot bann siporter.
Nou portre (ki nou fotografer ti tire boner lo konmansman miting) i montre Msye Jean-François Ferrari pe adres bann siporter.
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Re: LDS has opened its new office at the Lakaz Seselwa at Mont Fleuri, opposite the entrance to the Seychelles Hospital

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:36 pm


Former President James Michel gives up party leadership Speaker Patrick Pillay stepping down
The former president has announced that he will not seek re-election for the post of party president for Parti Lepep. This announcement came at the extraordinary congress held on Saturday 08th April at the ICCS.

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FAKE NEWS ALERT!

"The Independent" Has printed a story claiming that elected Member and Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Pillay is stepping down.

The Office of the Speaker responded to the rumors in a communique saying:

".. any form of resignation or avernments being circulated is totally false and the office of the speaker wishes to distant itself from these misinformation."
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Re: LDS has opened its new office at the Lakaz Seselwa at Mont Fleuri, opposite the entrance to the Seychelles Hospital

Post  Sirop14 on Sun May 14, 2017 6:32 am

Happy 3rd Anniversary Lalyans Seselwa. Already three years since we took that crucial decision with Ton Pat at the helm, to no longer just sit around and complain about how things were deteriorating in our country, but to stand up and be counted in the movement for change.
It was the decision which turned our country around and if today we can look forward to a better future for our children, it is thanks to that decision that change will not happen on its own and that SNP and SUP needed a helping hand, one that would make the difference.
So proud of having been part of the team that made the difference.
Thank you all who have believed in us and still do. Thank you Mrs N. A, Mrs S. deCo. Mrs. V S Mrs. DAP, Ms RB, Angie, Stella Linda, Doyace, Mrs JB, Lorna, and all the other magnificent ladies who did what we women always do- nurtured this party and made it bear fruit..Thanks to the men- Ton Pat, Mr Afif, Mr Andre Mr. Herminie, Mr. Mondon Mr Cesar, Mr.Raguin, Mr. Rose, Robin, JML,Mr.Woodcock, Mervin and all the other Mr... you all built a strong team.
Thank you to our dedicated activists and representatives. It would not have been possible without you.
Thank you to the startup team at Secretariat- Peter Charless, Pat Savy Max Hoareau, Steven, Olderick Cedras (Barose) Tessy-
Special Thank you to DR. V Ramadoss who was among th original team and without whose support and backing we would not have been able to get such a headlong start...
Thank you my two teams from Glacis and Mont Buxton- Jacqueline pat Savy, Berte, Jemma Charles Zialor, Benoit, all of you - we did the needful.
Thank you Seychelles for putting aside your doubts and giving Ton Pat and our team the confidence and trust we needed to bring about change alongside all the other opposition parties.

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The Cohabitation is not working

Post  Sirop14 on Sat Jul 29, 2017 7:19 pm

The Cohabitation is not working
July 29, 2017
We fundamentally disagree with the President that the Cohabitation between the LDS majority in the National Assembly and the Executive Government of Parti Lepep (PL) is working. We have to take several factors, which includes the economy/ costs of living into consideration in order to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion on whether the Cohabitation is working or not. It is clear that the collaboration between the LDS majority in the National Assembly and the Parti Lepep Executive is proving unsuccessful when it comes to bringing down the inflated costs of living; a situation that is now unbearable for a large segment of the population.
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Lalyans Seselwa calls for President Faure to resign

Post  Sirop14 on Wed Aug 23, 2017 7:16 pm

Lalyans Seselwa calls for President Faure to resign
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Re: LDS has opened its new office at the Lakaz Seselwa at Mont Fleuri, opposite the entrance to the Seychelles Hospital

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:18 pm


Patrick Pillay calls for president Faure to resign

Wednesday 23 August, 2017
Public demonstration
Patrick Pillay calls for president Faure to resign
Speaking as leader of Lalyans Seselwa, Patrick Pillay says that cohabitation “ is not working" because the Executive is not delivering.” He will be in central Victoria every day this week by the Clock Tower at noon for a peaceful public demonstration together with a handful of supporters.
by S. Marivel
With signs in hand which read, “Step down Danny Faure”, and “We want fresh presidential elections” a group of people protested yesterday in central Victoria.
Patrick Pillay was the only political leader present for the demonstration. He explained that he did inform the Chairperson of LDS, Roger Mancienne, that he is participating in his capacity as leader of Lalyans Seselwa rather than an LDS leader.
“I am still with LDS, no one has informed me yet if I’ve been kicked out,” he joked. “Lalyans Seselwa forms part of LDS. I did not get approval from the council, this was my own decision.”
When asked why no other members were present, Mr. Pillay simply said, “I don’t know why they are not here - I told them that I am participating, I did the right thing.”
Elaborating on the reasons for calling fresh presidential elections, Mr. Pillay stated plainly that “...the Executive is not working.”
“We’ve tried to make cohabitation work, but there are no results,” he explains. “Look at poverty alleviation – the President has appointed a Secretary of State who in any other democracy would be a Junior minister. He was supposed to address National Assembly to say what the program is, until today we’ve heard nothing.”
“Is this acceptable?” he asks. “Do we have tangible results in the drug problem? We have a Secretary of State for that too yet one year on, still nothing. We will not accept this. We need a new Executive that is going to deliver,” he affirms.
This public demonstration began on Monday when a supporter of Lalyans Seselwa Ryan Moncherie protested in front of the Clock Tower by himself holding up a sign asking President Faure to resign. A day later, he has a handful of people, including Mr Pillay, to accompany him.
“This man has been brave, and he has been a supporter of Lalyans for a long time now so this inspired me because I believe in what he does,” Mr Pillay reveals.
President Faure mentioned in his latest press conference at State House on Wednesday 16 August that he will be serving his full term. He also mentioned that elections are expensive, whether Presidential or at district level, and that the country has other priorities for these funds at the moment.
“Whether you do it in 2018 or 2020, it’s going to cost,” Mr Pillay told TODAY. “No election is free, of course it’s got to happen. The Presidential election is a priority over all these council elections. Now we have district administrators. Why do we have to spend millions to go into a district election when we need an elected President? By the time he does it later on it will actually cost more than it does now.”
He also adds that “...people are more politically aware than we think – we underestimate them. There is a lot of anger around.”

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LDS views on protest and cohabitation

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:06 am

LDS views on protest and cohabitation

25-August-2017
The Linyon Demokratik Seselwa (LDS) recognises the right of any individual in this country to express his views freely, in a protest or by other means, as long as it is legal and peaceful. This is a right that members of LDS have struggled for years to achieve and therefore fully support today.
The protest in Victoria over the past few days has not been organised by LDS. It was started by one individual and has received the support of some members of Lalyans Seselwa, including Mr Patrick Pillay, its party leader.
As party leader of LDS, I believe I speak for the other members in saying that we recognise the right of Mr Pillay to express his views along with others. He has chosen to support an action started by one of his supporters and that is acceptable for us.
LDS believes that Seychelles needs an elected president and that there should be fresh presidential elections. Our reason for this is that Mr Danny Faure became president through means that were not democratic although it was according to the Constitution. But for the moment, we do not have the means to force Mr Faure to resign in order to precipitate immediate elections.
At this point, LDS is fully engaged in work to transform the country and establish a solid democratic foundation for our political system. This includes the setting up of solid institutions that will safeguard the rights of all the people of Seychelles and also ensure free and fair elections.
Recently, we saw the appointment of a new SBC board chairman and members, as well as a new CEO and deputy CEO. They now have to set policies that will ensure independent and unbiased coverage of political affairs and that there will be no tricks on the state media when election time comes. We have also started work on a new structure for the Electoral Commission and a revision of the electoral laws. The transformation of these institutions should be completed before we enter into new elections.
As party leader of LDS, I believe that we should continue to use the cohabitation to transform our system of government to ensure truth, transparency, accountability and good governance. This is our priority at the moment and it is good that it is being done with the cooperation of the Executive and the Legislature and with the involvement of the two major political parties. We are achieving this transformation and this is good for Seychelles and good for LDS.
Once we have completed this transformation, LDS will be ready for elections that will truly reflect the will of the people and ensure the best government for Seychelles.
There are many areas where we feel progress is too slow and that more could be done to solve the problems that we face. We will continue to use the means at our disposal to press for action while we aim for fresh elections.

Roger Mancienne
Party leader (LDS)


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The views expressed in this release are those of the writer and his party and do not necessarily represent the views of the Seychelles NATION newspaper.

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VIRTUALLY NOTHING IS MOVING

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:50 pm

"VIRTUALLY NOTHING IS MOVING"


BY PATRICK GEORGES PILLAY (AKA TON PAT)

"Seychelles is greater than me." This statement has often been uttered by the Head of State, Danny Faure. It has also been uttered by yours truly as well as both leaders in the National Assembly. I believe that Seychelles is greater than all the four of us put together and therefore whatever action we take as leaders must be in the interest of Seychelles FIRST and not in the interest of our own agenda or that of our political party.
Sole protester on the day of the Solar Eclipse and new moon
I need not explain why I joined Ryan Moncherry in his protest in Central Victoria on Tliesday 22 August 2017. However, I wish to do precisely that so that there is no misunderstanding on either side of the political divide, especially as I have had mixed reactions from different people. Let me start by stating a number of facts:
1. LDS in its post-September 2016 political campaign has said time and again that it will fight for early presidential elections since Mr. Faure is not an elected President but got to State House through the 'pas baton' provision in our Constitution. This has since been amended and that is the end of it.
LDS Chairman leads the protest for fresh Presidential elections in September 2016
2. Early on Tuesday morning, I mailed the Chairman of the LDS Council, Roger Mancienne, to inform him that I will be joining Ryan Moncherry in his protest at midday in my personal capacity and as Leader of Lalyans Seselwa. I recognized that I had neither the blessing nor the endorsement of the LDS Council to do what I was planning to do. Ryan Moncherry did a solo protest and when I learnt about it I was full of admiration and pride for this young man wrho has been an ardent supporter of our party 'Lalyans Seselwa' from its inception. Let me add 'en passant' that even when he had his barber's shop on Espace Building, I used to go there for my haircut and the trimming of my beard.

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Re: LDS has opened its new office at the Lakaz Seselwa at Mont Fleuri, opposite the entrance to the Seychelles Hospital

Post  Sirop14 on Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:43 pm

The Corrupt Politics of Outrage
September 01, 2017
Cohabitation is Cowardice and a Dereliction of Duty

Seychelles politics is currently at a complete impasse. Fake news has overwhelmed rational debate. Our national politics is divided between two parties neither of which are fulfilling its duty to the
http://seychellesrealitytoday.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/the-corrupt-politics-of-outrage.html

Stella Afif playing victim
September 01, 2017

Stella Afif is a devious woman on a mission to try and get her husband off the hook for his contribution in corruption for the many years – when he was a top civil servant in the SPPF Government. She made a post on Facebook this week to try and distance Ahmed Afif from the role he played in the FIU scandal. This newspaper has already printed documentation to show that
http://seychellesrealitytoday.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/stella-afif-playing-victim.html

Honorable Father Wavel Ramkalawan getting away with murder
September 01, 2017

The Honorable Father is now a man of great power and most people are afraid of him; even institution like the Appeals Court of Seychelles is scared of the leader of opposition. Last year we wrote about an inheritance case that Wavel lost in the Supreme Court of Seychelles. The Judge had ordered him to pay his sister and brother their share of inheritance, which Wavel had
http://seychellesrealitytoday.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/honorable-father-wavel-ramkalawan.html

Pillay and Mancienne in disaccord
September 01, 2017

We have published here an email from the leader of LDS, Mr. Roger Mancienne to Patrick Pillay. It is clear that there is great disagreement between the two – when it comes to the protest that Pat Pillay was involved in last week. The protest has now turned into one big farce and a pantomime, which have left eggs on the face of Pat Pillay.
http://seychellesrealitytoday.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/pillay-and-mancienne-in-disaccord.html

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In times of cohabitation - A call for National Unity

Post  Sirop14 on Wed Sep 06, 2017 1:40 pm

In times of cohabitation - A call for National Unity
06-September-2017
Romans 13 - “Everyone must submit to the governing authorities. For all authority comes from GOD, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by GOD”.
My reflection today is geared towards the latest development in Seychelles, whereby Lalyans Seselwa (LS) is calling for President Danny Faure to resign through silent protests in Victoria supported by LS leader Patrick Pillay who is also the Speaker of the National Assembly.
I, as a ‘voice of the Nation’, duly respect the right of anyone to express their views, through protests or otherwise. It is binding as our human rights in our Constitution, as long as we do it in the spirit of peace, tranquility and harmony and for the benefit of our small island country – Seychelles.
It is the fastidious time to take a deep breath and recollect our thoughts on the event. Now is the time to find common ground with our political compatriots and begin healing from the wounds of division.
Today, I want to indulgently and conscientiously and in an openly, publicly and unequivocally stance declare that I firmly stand as a ‘National Unity Advocate’ of Seychelles. In search for better greatness of our country, I stand to promote the virtues of Peace, Love and Reconciliation for the National Unification of my people – the Seychellois.
"Seychelles is greater than all of us", and as citizens of this beautiful country, we stand responsible in a unified ideological mindset to bridge the gap to a peaceful Seychelles for the love of our country. In this cohabitation period, I believe that Seychelles is greater than all of our political leaders put together and therefore whatever actions are undertaken by them as leaders must be in the interest of the Seychelles first principle.
The constituents of Seychelles want an elected president and consequently fresh presidential elections will be most welcoming and fore-thinking, but again – in the spirit of National Reconciliation and National Unification!
As a result of the recent early election protests, the people of Seychelles call for the need of increased forbearance and a willingness to face facts. We partake that as responsible citizens, our responsible leaders will now work to resolve the various problems which cause political frictions and unrests. The recent protests have given indication that we all have opportunity for a new constructive and realistic approach to ensure that the cohabitation process works in paving the way to fresh presidential elections in the spirit of ‘accountability, transparency and good governance’.
With much tolerance, we have now been faced by a series of demonstrations during the 3rd week of August 2017 by some of our political activists, and the people anticipate that there is no indirect influence and led in part by optimistic outsiders. We recognise the natural impatience of people who feel that their hopes are slow in being realised. But we are convinced that there are priority issues to address and the need to establish new policies, which encompass rebuilding all the democratic institutions for due processes.
In line for the voting process to become more credible and to have transparent elections, depicting ‘true and fair’ results to the Seychellois voters, as the National Unity Advocate I strongly believe that one crucial warranty is a new structure for the Electoral Commission and new electoral laws. We need these before any new elections formally takes place in our small island State. In the early stage of my advocacy, I reiterated that I am advocating for the National Unification of my people, hence wish to point out that “hatred and violence have no sanction in our religious and political traditions”. And since the latest actions were conducted in a technically peaceful atmosphere, the voters wait to see what contribution it will bring forth to the resolution of our local problems. We commend the community as a whole, and the local news media and law enforcement officials in particular, on the calm manner in which these protests have been handled. We urge the public to continue to show restraint through tolerance should the protests continue and the law enforcement officials to ensure safety of everyone before, during and after the protests.
In this cohabitation period, the Seychellois public expects a strategic approach in achieving full transparency, efficiency, competence and accountability in the budget management and administration, in a direction perceived to be inclusive for all.
My advocacy has led me to reason out that in all this, we need to bring a good image and a positive bearing on our youths in helping them to have a sound idea in regards to our election process in Seychelles and the devoted need to respect and submit to our government authorities.
We pray for the leaders of our country and look forward to their successful future endeavours. And we pray that the truth will prevail and the leaders act in a genuine manner and for the benefit of Seychelles as a whole and not purely for their political ambition to lead the country.
The people of Seychelles continue to pray that there will not be any fragmental eclipse or separation within the leading political party and that the cohabitation surpass our expectations in leading the way to a reformed electoral platform for true and non-bias elections in the ‘New Seychelles’, in the near future.

Jacob Terence Madeleine, ACSI
Writer, National Unity Advocate

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The views expressed in these letters are those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Seychelles NATION newspaper.

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Post  Sirop14 on Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:01 am

Interview with LDS leader Roger Mancienne ‘I believe there is a lot of lethargy in government … we need fresh ideas, fresh energy’

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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:39 am

LDS i selebre ‘1-an laviktwar’
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