Tribunal clears Seychelles’ Chief Justice of misconduct allegations

A tribunal set up in Seychelles to investigate complaints of misbehaviour by Chief Justice, Mathilda Twomey has concluded that the evidence does not support allegations of misconduct on the part of the Chief Justice. 

The Tribunal of Inquiry submitted its report to the Constitutional Appointments Authority (CAA) and President Danny Faure at State House on Friday.

In a statement to the press, the Constitutional Appointments Authority said that the overall conclusion came after examining all the evidence.

“It follows that no action should be taken by the President under Article 134 of the Constitution in respect of the office of Chief Justice,” the report stated….
Source: Seychelles News Agency