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Navin Ramgoolam: The President Is Supposed To Defend The Rule Of Law

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Navin Ramgoolam spoke to the press after his meeting yesterday morning with Paul Berenger and Xavier-Luc Duval. He said the three agree that the Prime Minister’s comments against the Moka judgment and magistrate are “unacceptable”. He said some people need to act. “Paul Bérenger reminded us that in 2003, when SAJ became President of the Republic, additional powers were granted to that office. He is supposed to defend the rule of law. But he is quiet,” he said. Navin Ramgoolam recalled the cases of Babry and Rozemont, who were convicted of contempt of court in the past. Navin Ramgoolam called on the people to get their act together. “We cannot allow a Prime Minister to flout the rule of law and insult the DPP and a magistrate,” he said. He said he expects the President of the Republic and the Chief Justice to take a stand on the matter.

According to Navin Ramgoolam, that there are attempts by the MSM to rig the elections. He added that “electoral fraud” has been discussed with Paul and Xavier on Thursday. He also said that a possible meeting with the electoral commissioner is being developed. Some concerns as the “anomalies” in the registration of voters will be raised. Navin Ramgoolam claims to have information regarding these anomalies and this is why a meeting with the electoral commissioner, Irfan Rahman will be necessary.

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