Friday, March 13, 2009

Judgement Delivered - Court of Appeal

In the interest of widespread dissemination of a much-awaited judgment, we have facilitated easy access to the document. We do so without comment; so that you will not be influenced in arriving at your own conclusions.

Our analysis will be conveyed in another post. In the meanwhile, read the judgement in the context of the submissions made before the court. These have been posted earlier; so just scroll down and use the inset.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Did Mr Walker fail to follow up on the "misleading documents' in circulation . In Jamaican parlance 'even if it don't go so a near so. If he did the outcome would have been different today Was the timing inappropriate or what. No vote is ever wasted, what is wasted is the time taken to go though this Judicial exerise . The trend of dual citizenship referred to in Mr.Vaz's case is ridiculous, the trend is a fashion and fasion is not the law. The principle of the law must be upheld. I appreciate the several different cases that were referred to, and which pointed to the law in the summation of this case.