Linion Pep Morisien’s leaders cannot accept Pravind Jugnauth’s comments in Surinam. This morning, Jean-Claude Barbier and Raouf Khodabaccus filed a complaint against the head of government at Central CID. Recall that there is supposedly a soundtrack of the meeting that Pravind Jugnauth had with religious in Surinam. It is alleged that he had called the magistrate of the Moka court “incompetent” and his judgment “wobbly”. Rama Valayden, spokesman for LPM, said the comments in Suriname showed the country had become “really wobbly”. “There is no respect for the rule of law and democracy in the country. We have decided to file a complaint against the prime minister,” the lawyer said.
Last Saturday, during a press conference, Fazila Jeewa-Daureeawoo answered that Pravind Jugnauth, as a lawyer has the right to criticize a judgment if he does not agree with the reasoning of the Court. Following in his footsteps, the Attorney General, Maneesh Gobin, while respecting his duty of reserve, affirms that it has always been allowed to criticize the judgments of the courts of justice