Vanuatu Daily News Digest | Pardon Unconstitutional

The court yesterday declared the application for a Stay Order in the Bribery Case, and the Pipite pardon of most of the accused, un-Constitutional and un-justiciable. Pipite’s conflict of interest was again raised. Justice Minister Dunstan Hilton (of the Prime Minister’s Peoples’ ProgressiveParty) will now be investigated by Police in relation to the conspiracy case and subsequent events surrounding the arrests of the 11 MPs and their lawyers. You should read all about the Unconstitutional and Unjusticiable pardons in today’s Daily Post. The Digest editor is off to the court to hear Justice Mary Sey’s sentencing of the convicts this morning.


One Comment on “Vanuatu Daily News Digest | Pardon Unconstitutional”

  1. Lengkon says:

    Hi – sentencing has just been announced. Could you post up on this blog as well as on facebook a table with each MP name, their party, their charge, their sentence, and how many terms they’ve served??

    It would be “refreshing”…

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