Anan posted:Django posted:Baseman posted:VishMahabir posted:
And, by the way....judges are not above the law. People have a right to criticize their decisions. They make mistakes. Their judgment about the 34 absolute is not defended by any cases...at least they did not make a strong case for such. When the judges in the US Plessy v Ferguson made a decision that segregation was OK, it was wrong.
The fact that ONE judge dissented on the 3 panel court is enough for the opposition to cry foul...and question the biased kith an kin decision made by these 2 judges....
its also amazing that people in Guyana seem to accept this outrageous decision.
Where is the outrage???
I don’t think people accept the decision, it goes to the CCJ. You cannot jump the gun!
The decision by the appellate court Judges are flawed, what they did was to save the government.
The 'decision' by these so called judges mek Irfaan look like he gun definitely correct the facts of this bumbling, hapless coalition regime
With the fella, sleeves fold up in the dark room,calling the shots.