Human Trafficking Report 2015 - Seychelles Tier 2


James Michel
Seychelles is a source country for children subjected to sex
trafficking and a destination country for foreign men and women
subjected to labor and sex trafficking, respectively. Seychellois
girls and, according to some sources, boys are induced into
prostitution—particularly on the main island of Mahe—by peers,
family members, and pimps for exploitation in nightclubs, bars, guest
houses, hotels, brothels, private homes, and on the street. Young
drug addicts are also vulnerable to being forced into prostitution.
Foreign tourists, sailors, and migrant workers contribute to the
demand for commercial sex in Seychelles. Eastern European
women have been subjected to forced prostitution in private
homes. Migrant workers—including those from China, Kenya,
Madagascar, and various countries in South Asia—make up
20 percent of the working population in Seychelles and are
primarily employed in the fishing and construction sectors. Migrant
workers are subjected to forced labor in the construction sector.
NGOs report migrant workers face exploitative conditions in fish
processing plants, and fishermen aboard foreign-flagged fishing
vessels in Seychelles’ territorial waters and ports are subjected to
abuses indicative of forced labor, including nonpayment of wages
and physical abuse.
The Government of Seychelles does not fully comply with the
minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however,
it is making significant efforts to do so. During the reporting
period, the government adopted anti-trafficking legislation and
began implementation of the 2014-2015 national action plan.
The national anti-trafficking committee, in collaboration with
international donors, began the development of a victim assistance
tool and conducted an extensive national awareness campaign
on trafficking. However, the government did not report any
prosecutions or convictions of trafficking offenders and did not
identify any trafficking victims. The government deports migrant
workers working for state-owned or private companies for
participating in strikes to protest poor employment conditions
without conducting comprehensive investigations and screenings
to identify if the individuals were victims of forced labor.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SEYCHELLES:
Use the newly adopted anti-trafficking legislation to investigate and
prosecute trafficking offenses and convict and punish trafficking
offenders; amend the penal code to harmonize the duplicative and
contradictory sections addressing sexual offenses—particularly
those related to the exploitation of children in prostitution—to
ensure the prohibition of and sufficiently stringent punishment for
the prostitution of all persons under 18 years of age and the forced
prostitution of adults; provide specialized training to government
officials—including members of the national committee on human
trafficking, law enforcement officials, social workers, and labor
inspectors—on how to identify victims of trafficking and refer
them to appropriate services; implement the national action plan
to combat human trafficking and dedicate appropriate resources
towards its implementation; provide adequate resources to labor
inspectors to conduct regular and comprehensive inspections of
migrant workers’ work sites and inform the migrant workers of
their employment rights; institute a standardized contract governing
the employment of domestic workers within private homes;
and continue awareness campaigns on trafficking to increase the
understanding of the crime among the local population and the
large number of foreign tourists and migrant workers entering
the country.
PROTECTION
The government demonstrated minimal efforts to identify and
protect victims. It did not identify or provide protective services to
any trafficking victims. There are no shelters or protective services
specifically for trafficking victims in the country. The Department
of Social Affairs provided counseling to women in prostitution,
some of whom may have been victims of forced prostitution.
The national anti-trafficking committee began the development
of a victim assistance tool, which will include standard operating
procedures and victim identification and referral mechanisms; the
tool was not finalized at the end of the reporting period. There
were no reports of victims being penalized for unlawful acts
committed as a result of being subjected to trafficking; however,
the lack of formal identification procedures likely resulted in some
victims remaining unidentified in the law enforcement system.
Additionally, migrant workers who strike are considered to be in
breach of their work contracts and can be deported at the will of
their employers. Several migrant workers who gathered to protest
a variety of abuses relating to their employment were deported
during the reporting period; these deportations took place without
conducting comprehensive investigations or screenings to identify
if the individuals were victims of forced labor.
PREVENTION
The government increased prevention efforts. The national
anti-trafficking committee served as a coordinating body for
collaboration and communication on trafficking matters; the
committee met regularly during the reporting period, but did not
receive a dedicated budget and relied on ad hoc funding from
various government agencies. As a result, the implementation of
the 2014-2015 national action plan was slow and many activities
remained in early planning stages. The government conducted
a two-month nationwide media campaign to raise awareness
on trafficking; the campaign was funded by an international
organization. As part of this campaign, the Ministry of Home
Affairs and Transport developed a website to educate the general
public on how to identify and report trafficking offenses. The
Ministry of Labor and Human Resource Development employed
11 labor inspectors responsible for conducting inspections of
all workplaces in the country and one labor officer assigned to
inform all migrant workers of their employment rights; government
officials acknowledged this number was inadequate and inspectors
lacked basic resources to perform their duties adequately. Despite
several complaints by migrant workers, primarily in the construction
sector, about poor working conditions, nonpayment of salaries,
and retention of passports, the government has never identified
a case of forced labor in the country. The government made no
discernible efforts to decrease the demand for commercial sex acts
or forced labor during the reporting period. The government did
not provide anti-trafficking training or guidance for its diplomatic
personnel.

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/243561.pdf

Comments

  1. It is clearly stated.that pl government do little or literally nothing to deal with these problems created by Pl itself.....the reasons Pl does nothing is unlike countires like USA,etc.....in Seychelles these crimies are being committed by mostly foreigners and Pl thugs .the later allow it to happen---we all rmember ,Indain arriving in containers to our sohres and transported like animals to La misiere ,and since we have not heard from them....one should ask what is going on at La misiere ,how many slaves are there up there being abuse on a daily bases by Khalifa with the protection of Pl?

    That no efford is made ,is explained by the simple fact ,that Pl government is involve..Unlike other countires whereby indidvidulas,or gang groups are involved ,in Seychelles it is the government of pl who is actively involved and allow it to happened and mostly practice by ofregienrs Pl imported to colonized sey<chelles......like Kempski hotel :Raffles etc................

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    1. Set out below are the recommended legislation changes. With an incompetent Attorney General (Govinden) these recommendations will never see the light of day. Time Govinden was sent packing.

      RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SEYCHELLES:
      Use the newly adopted anti-trafficking legislation to investigate and
      prosecute trafficking offenses and convict and punish trafficking
      offenders; amend the penal code to harmonize the duplicative and
      contradictory sections addressing sexual offenses—particularly
      those related to the exploitation of children in prostitution—to
      ensure the prohibition of and sufficiently stringent punishment for
      the prostitution of all persons under 18 years of age and the forced
      prostitution of adults;

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  2. Look at the face of this criminal and abuser Michel...this guy should face ICC for crimies against humanity--....Get this thug out of power in 2106 and send him to the Hague to face his crimes.

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  3. UNLIKE other countires whereby groups of thugs are the culrpits ,in Seychelles it is State officals involved .which makes it more disturbing.........we need to get Michel and his gang out ,so that we can clean seychelles image abroad and restore our dignity-----Pl thugs are giving Alll Seychellois a bad image abroad that does not represent Seychellois ---that is Pl state terrorism.

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  4. RThese donkeys are gorss crimiansl ...and there is another crime Pl is about to commit ,,,it is called PRIVATIZATION OF GOVERNEMNT ASSETS ....which is in fact a dictation in World Trade agreement pl illegally signed and which is about giving away government assets NOT TO SEYCHELLEOIS BUT WORLD BANK COORPERATES and further make us depedent of foreign ..a crime in itself....for WB dictates violates National law and therefore our sovereignty and of xourse donkeys like Michel and gang do not understand that they are too stupid and under educated......
    And you noted that it is a ofreigenrs working on how to gifte W Bank coorporates Seychelles assets to foreigners not even seychelleois---and other crime by Pl who continues to allow foreigners to control Seychelles insitituions and tell us what to do in our independent country..Pl must go and fast.

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  5. It is time for sex slave trafficker,human abuser Michel to go...better hurry Michel else machinegun rounds will soon be heard in town. Take your Arb depots and human abusers also with you Michel,,we Seychellois we will not tolerate Camels to rape our soveiregnty and tarnish our image with their primitive and teorirsitc habits

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  6. It is a shame what is going on in our beautiful island.
    No one really knows who to blame.
    I guess we need to put the blame on Noah.
    Seven days before the deluge God told him to prepare an arc for the animals.
    By mistake he also put the two flies of corruptions.
    And the rest is history!

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  7. James alix Michel ,the crook behind human trafficking in Seychelles,the guy who cxoordiante,authorize Arabs to use our country as brothel for the perverse and primitive practices.........On the face of theis crook Michel ,you can see the character and pathos of this grant criminal Seychelles have never knew in its history todate.....
    Send this crook to ICC now.And Arbs go home!

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  8. Agree with all of U.

    Theis rigime is corrupted from bottom to the top officials.

    How could on this planet people voted for someone who has no brain!

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  9. I wish Mr Manu S. who wrote "Lessons Greece Can Learn From Seychelles" can also read this article. He probably will also say that there are no Human Trafficking in Seychelles. Another demented piss of trash.

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  10. Not a single word in NATION and on SBC..about the report........."016 we will bring you to justice pl...and the probability that we send you to ICC is becoming more and more a reality......Michel......

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  11. Salves at the tuan factory,,slaves at La misiere by Khalfia,sex slaves at Kempski,Slaves in constructions.......most of these cases are commited by foreigners and pl.......We will investigate Michel and his gang ,as well as Kempski etc.. in 2106 Pl........justice us be made for victims of your organized crimes Pl...

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  12. Michel wanted to sdell himself to the world as Cliamte change expert,Nobel prize economist,etc... the fact is Michel is known around the world as Seychelles most prominent Terrorists..the guy who ahs illegally allowed Arab Cmaels to abuse Seychellois territories to come and committtheir crimes on our land suc has sex slaves,setting up of mosque to trained future and potential terrorirst ,Money launderying,human trafficking ,theft,etc...

    Michel and his gang are allways and illegally recruiting foreigners to control our insitutions ,and that is because Pl thugs are under educated,idiot ,and still have a slvasih mentality inhertitzed from their ancestors......Recruiting foreigners to control out instituions ,Demonstrate the under education of these monekys .their ignorance,and incometency and inability to think by themselves and the slavish mentality in them.......

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  13. Pl denounced it,as if pl is not involve in what is going on at kempski hotel and at la miesre.....whoballow arabs thugs to enter without custom.control at the airport pl?who tried to hide expats transported in containers pl?is it not cheif crook michel and gang?we will judge u in 2016,together with thosr criminals at kempski,and sending. Police make a. Control at khalifa bunker at la misere.

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  14. There are so many who pretend to be leading role models in the Seychelles' high society these days, such as Francis Mcgregor who is always seen at all public function holding a glass, is another Bill Cosby! Story of the defilement of a young girl at San Souci in 1970's is well known.

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  15. Monsieur C B said "OUVER OU LIZYE"during world day against trafficking in persons... ...me msye..... lizye in ouver.....labous in ouver....zis zot zoreiy ki pan'n ouver......tir sa ban maloy....or get better glasses.....fernwar ya fer zot dan seman....le pok fer soungoula ek fre torti in fini.....

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  16. mitziy instead of campaiging foy 2016 electyion on parlin will you pleise find way to controol of HIV in sesel. so FAR this year the nimber is 91 and counting.

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  17. Mr Dennis in this age of technology I don't think PL want to hurt you and the opposition supporters. We are not in 1977,we are in the world that koumdir kreol quand ou pete nou konan lekel kin kaka. What this administration of JAM is doing is what I call INTIMIDATION.So what we opposition have to do is just be aware who is your real friends. BTW there are lots of gadgets on the markets that can be useful to catch someone if trying to hurt you.It comes in video and audio formats. It can be attached to any part of the body,around houses and in cars. I am saying that because we caught one of PL member one time dealing about "offshore gate"

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  18. 05:12
    Francis Macgregor is a Pl opportunist, he is mimicking 'gran Golan' Albert Rene when dressed in his white safari suit and white shoes. If you touch him now, like Bill Cosby he will claim statute limitation or the privilege of the President of Seychelles Appeal Court. He thinks everyone in Seychelles is asinine.

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  19. Dr Mitsy is an underrducates fool,she can not gemacht tell us the different between an animal and a plant cell,how do u want such an ignorant deal the curse of HIV.
    Let us take for instance,the Hepatitis B fleoh.We all know the ecchange and reuse of SYRINGE,is the main cause of transmission from one person to another.Therefore,the effective and logic solution is stop the illegal importation of syringes.The question also is who importing thrse syringes drud addicts?wr know govt is the only that import syringes for hostipald,so where does the drug addicts received these syringes pl,Dr idiot Mitsy?who is the pl criminal stealing syringes in hospitals and govt stock to sell to drug addicts Dr idiot Mitsy?

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  20. Not too long ago someone said that bird eggs from Bird island will cost you a leg and an arm. Sure you are right! Now for a local to taste ONE egg it will cost about 8 rupias! Help me do the math.....a family of eight in a house will cost both legs and arms! WI!....And who is benefiting.....where does that money goes?......in the 60's and early 70's Harry S, was. Nowadays all goes to the KING!....and the ones who pick up the eggs get peanuts!

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  21. This playboy,as FAR once said to Manchanm,he never miss a good chance to shut up.Lately he wrote a letter in Nation about Mr Deenu memories of Victoria. Now JIMBO will you please unniciate a statue for the late MONSENYER F.PAUL. He was a good citizen too.He help a whole lot of people from first day of baptism to last day of funeral, We all think he deserve that moment of truth.

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  22. 8,35
    Donot ask Mitsy a first class idiot to find solutions to the problems pl created,she cannot even tell you the different between a plant and an animal cell.......
    Let us take for instance,the fleoh of Hepatitis B....it aminaly cause by the fact that SYSRINGES are being reused,exchanged ,etc......this is the core of the transmission of hepatitis B to one person to another.........So the solution in regards to hepatitis B ,is dealing with those stealing SYRINGES at hospitals and clinics to sell out to drug dealers...and conter all illegal importation of Syringes.Where does those durg addicts get their sysringes when government only is authorized to import syringes Pl?Who provide drug dealers with sysringes Mitsy?

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  23. MAcgrogoer is the cartoon figure in the pl.......The guy who raped justice to protect pl and legitimate its state terrorism....playing God does not makes one God...... a donkey always will always be a donkey.As the saying goes"once a donkey always a donkey"that what Seychellois see in Macgrogor the communist.

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  24. Michel denounced his crimes....which means Michel is fully conscious of his crimes and as recividist criminal ,he denounce his own crimes hoping he would be able to walk away with it.....Denouncing human trafficking when you authorized,tried to hide khlaifa illegally transporting people by force in containers to illegally enter our country to be made slave labour at La Misiere ,Michel that is a grosss Huamn right abuse ,dog..Confiscating and stealing a Hotel from its real owner and gifted it to Arba perverse to build a Brthoel so that they can abuse,rape young girls,and create a hub for sex slaves on our shores with Michel approvbval and benediction...is not gross crimie Michel....
    We would like after 2016 to seeyou facing justice in order that you come and answer real questions of your crimes than bullshitting us and the world with your insulting buzzword.."DENOUNCE"

    if you denounce Michel ,we Seychellois we will fight aginst it,and culprits would be made accountable and punished ,be it Nationally or at the ICC in the Hague.

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  25. The Seychelles has gone to hell. Another first for Partie-Le-peuple. Its President is a murderer and its top Judge is a rapist! What do you expect the nation to be? It explains why there is no Seychellois Bishop, human trafficking particularly sex is everywhere and HIV is it by-product.

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  26. Pl and NATION shows us photo of an Arb camel ,palcing a stone where houses would be built..Pl thinks we should love these Arabs ,closed our eyes on the sex slaves and other crimes they committing on our land,,,and in fact,Pl think we should accept arabs as our kings and knee in front of them like slaves in our own soveiregn land....

    Pl alos think charity,depedency of foreign Loans,like on IMF loan ,Seychellois should accept charity,begging and more debt as normal,,,,,as productitivty and we should praise Pl for that.

    Unlike Pl,seychellois donot love arbs and Seychellois would never accept Arbas as their king...we are christain notMuslim and we have not connection with arab both historicall,yculturlally, traditionally...

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  27. Why has no publicity is given to the Constitutional Court ruling that most of the provisions of the Public Order Act are unconstitutional?

    Govinden who drafted the law should be removed.

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  28. JIMBO did you forget a memorial shelter for your late father.....how in the world you can remember DEENU and not your dear father? Why not erect one for your esteemed father next to ex CHEZ RICHARD......This will be a good start for reconsiliation...YOUR FATHER WAS IMPORTING TIGER BEER BRAND AND DEENU WAS IMPORTING DILE-AN-POUD!

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  29. Mitsy instead of ordering a batch of HARVONI PILLS to cure those affected by Hepatitis C,Dr Mitsy keeps parotting about it.HARVONI PILLS ,taken once daily,over a period of 6 t o 8 weeks,cure fully patients affected by Hepatitis C.............Apparently Dr Mitsy has never heard of this,medication,she is an idiot.

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  30. Allez-vous les Seychellois!
    1.Memorial bus shelter for Mr Deenu.
    He did a lot for the community.
    2.Memorial bus shelter for Pti Claud.
    He did s lot for SPUP....including how to make the B...word.

    The list are long.
    We shall see memorial bus shelters all around Mahe.

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  31. Most nurses don't care about the MNitziy. They call her sissy as nick name.
    She came,she laugh at every pieces of the old equipments and left.
    Even patients laugh when she comes.

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  32. Manchanm can put forward a motion about a statue of our late seselwa bishop but who in their right mind PL will approved it. FAR and the late bishop went to school together and one of them were born just 3 months apart. In the past FAR never went along well with him. I guess one was ordained with the help of GOD on the 25th July 1975. And the other stole the country by the help of the DEVIL on the 5th June 1977.

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  33. Mancham is not an opposition party leader,he is not a minister,so has no motion to bring anywhere.Ministers ,opposition leaders,assenbly membrrs are the ones to bring MOTION,forward not mancham.

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  34. The patients though in pain laugh ignoranus mitsy,siisy..they laughing at the donkey call sissy

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  35. Never seen a country like this, no wonder it is 'first' to the world in every program of its development. Normally, developing countries build Bus-Stops according to their adopted official design, but in Seychelles the Bus-Stops are built in accordance with the donors' fancy of design and colour.
    St. Ange is missing a great opportunity in promoting Seychellois' art and culture to the visitors by adopting a national design for all Bus-stops and thus having some form of uniformity. It is true 'Le coq est mort'!

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  36. People of Seychelles take the street of you think Dolor Ernesta if having all those plots of land for him.Rene told us "LATER POU GANNY PARTAZE e SA KI PA DAN PE'I ZOT LATER POU GANNY PRAN PAR LETA. (JUST AFTER THE KOU2TA) What do we see now is ZOT PE PRAN TOU. PL is putting MALERE LO ZIL KONBLE.
    May be his name should change from Dolor to DOLLAR.

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  37. H-Resort at BoValon is about to open very soon,one question for the Misnisterr of tourism. Why or what reason that Mr Ramados hotel in Praslin cannot open its door?

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  38. PL and NDEA are looking for two suspects involving hard weeds and money.
    A very small island which everyone knows everybody and yet authorities can't find them. PL are blind when to find their OWN! Just ask the postmen on the island they will tell you where to find them!

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  39. If there was a Indian Ocean Corruption Games Seychelles will will all the gold medals.
    And they the PL youths will win that with one eye close and one hand tied at the back very easily.

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  40. Mafia in Seychelles extremely powerful....... YES INDEED......Since the 5th June 1977.....Just look the people around FAR after the Coup.....and look around JAM after 38 years.......as they used to call themselves DEMON ROUZ!

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  41. I will tell you ,my opinion......I opposed Pl...but why is more hotels being built ,when we have more than enough and cannot be fill up at any time of the year?this the first question...Is Pl aiming at creating MAS TOURSIM LIKE mAJORCA pSAIN..FOR CHEAP HOUSEWIVES AS eUROEPANS CONSIDER mAJORCA.?

    aS TO rAMAMDOSS,,,HE HAS LAREADY AMNY BUSINESSES ..AND 1)WE DONOT NEED MORE HOTEL ON pRASLIN AND IN FACT IN Seychelles..FOR THERE ARTE ALREADYTOO MANY....AND WE OPPOSE monopoly BE IT WHEN IT IS PRACTICE BY raMMADOSS ,OR ANYONE ELSE.

    monopoly MUST STOP ,IS DESTOORY THE ECONOMY AND IT IS NOT SUSTAINABLE---bUILDING OF MORE HOTELS BE IT FOR rMAMAODSS OR ANYONE ELSE MUST STOP......LSE WE ARE CREATING MASS TOURISM ,IN THE SESNE THAT WHEN YOU HAVE TOO MANY HOTELS ,PRICE DROPS AND COMPETITION IS SO RAW ,THAT IN THE END HOTELS MUST OFFER LOW PRICE TO ATTRACT TOURISTS ,WHICH IN TURN CREATE mASS TOURSIM AT LOW COST ..BAD FOR OUR ENVIRONEMNT ,NAUTRAL RESOURCES,ETC..ETC..E.TC


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  42. Drug dealers are protected by none other then Parti Lepep. PERIOD.
    And who is Parti Lepep?

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  43. If commisioner of police is trying to put restriction on tinted glass I advice all seselwa human wear dark sunglasses and see what he will do.Will be very interesting!

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  44. When you finish settle down as CJ will you please give us an update of the SKULL GATE? qui n'est parle pas? Do your job as a CJ and not a PL idiot.....madanm.

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  45. H-Hotel does not belong to Seselwa.
    Oasis belongs to Seselwa.
    Nou Kontam Sesel.
    Nou pas Kontan Seselwa.
    I hope you understand the above clearly. on behalf S..

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  46. 16,47
    a NEW GOVERNEMNT WOULD HAVE AN OBLIGATION AND DUTY TO COREECT THESE ILLEGAL PRACTICES AND YOU KNOW WHY?'THEY ILLEGAL....WE CANNOT CHANGE THINGS BY ACCEPTING ILLEGALITY OF PAST GOVERNEMNT AS FAIT ACCOMPLI......THAT IS LAND SOLD TO WHOEVER BA HECTAR ,,AND TO ONE SINGLE PERSON WOULD HAVE TO BE TAKEN FROM THEM...WHETHER THEY LIKE IT OR NOT ...SIMPLY BECAUSE THE OBTAINED THEM ILLEGLLLY...WE MUST NEVER ACCPET ILLEGALLY AND LEGAL ,,AND NEVER ACCEPT PAST CRIMES AS FAIT ACCOMPLI...THESE ILLEGALLY MUST BE SCRUTINITED AND CORECTECD ELSE WE ARE BOUND TO CONTINUE WITH ILLEGAL PRACTICES.....

    dITO ,TO LAND GIFTED TO fRANCIS sAVY ,gUY aDAM,AND OTHERS ..WE MUST KNOW HOW THESE GUYS 1)BOTAINED THESE LAND ,,AND 2)WHERE DID THEY GET THESE MULTI MILLIONS TO BUILD FIVE STAR HOTELS ETC........AND IF THEY CANNOT DEMONSTRATE THE LEGLA SOURCE OF THEIR WEALTH THEIR ILLEGAL OBTAINED ASSET WE MUST MADE STATE OWED ASSETS...SIMPLE AS THAT...

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  47. bUT ALOS ,,,THIS ILLEGAL LAW THAT PL THUGS PASSED TO ALLOW THEM TO ILLEGAL SELL OUT OR LAND TO FOREIGNERS ,(WHEN SEYCHELLOIS DE IDED IN 1976 ,THAT NO FOREIGNER SHOULD BE ABLE TO OWE OR BUY LAND IN SEYCHELLES ,MUST BE RESTORED and those who abuses our law and illegal modified them ,,must be punished ,,,

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  48. Michelle think all the problems will go away by itself when we stop talking about it,but WE will not. Now he look like a fish out of water! He need ti fire his plastic surgeon!

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  49. Under Misel watch we saw DRUGS and more DRUGS,CORRUPTIONS and more CORRUPTIONS and not forgetting PROSTITUTIONS . iwas a hard Pl supporter until recently after the skeletons were out the closet from the oppositions.A shame for my party that I struggle with since SPUP was formed in the 60's.
    Next election I will votw for a opponent that will clear all these mess since the coup de tat.We deserve a better Seychelles that will make the next generation proud not for only a few elites. CEO's that is not necesary will need to eliminate,its a waste of money!

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  50. Parindah Herath at SLTA to start with. He colluded with his uncle at the auditor general's office to set up Meriton supported by Joel Morgan. So far the investigation has provided no evidence yet Slta are building bus shelters for 3million. What the fuck

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  51. I see michel in his pink shirt with mathilda on nation.Izhrough o.ly girls like oink colors,it seens michel to.tranverszy or homo michel?the two look like Ken and Barbie.

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