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Court begins hearing arguments to strike out boundaries case injunction

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The court hearing pertaining to the best choice matters of the levitra prescriptionsgeneric levitra sale Boundaries Change injunction case, began Friday morning about 9:30am. Justice Darshan Ramdhani began hearing arguments in an application to strike out the injunction application by the claimants; a continuation from the case last week Friday. 

Counsel representing the respondents, sought to convince the judge that there is no legal basis to have the injunction to prevent the how can i buy cialis in canada Governor General to sign off and proclaim the electoral boundaries changes effective. Counsel representing the Governor General argued on three points: the claimants did not comply with the court order in filing their substantive claim; that there is no cause of where to buy cheap celebrex online action to file the injunction and that there is no grounds constitutionally that should prevent the Governor General from doing a task he is obliged to good choice do—in this case the proclamation of the boundaries changes. It was also argued that the claimants did not challenge the constituency boundaries changes resolution but rather the how does viagra work report of the boundaries commission.

 Lead Counsel Mr. Anthony Astaphan, representing the Prime Minister argued that the parliament has the power to amend or reject the boundaries commission report. He said the court cannot interfere with a decision by the House of Assembly unless a constitutional provision was infringed by the House. He said consultation with members of online cheap viagra buy parliament on the matter of boundaries changes is generic viagra canadian not one for the court or respondents in this case to decide. Court was adjourned till 1pm today where Mr. Astaphan will continue his arguments and a response is expected by Douglas Mendez S.C. on behalf of the claimants.  

The court injunction barring the Governor General from acting on usa online pharmacies who sell tramadol the boundaries changes was filed by four Members of the Opposition: Mark Brantley, Shawn Richards, Timothy Harris and Eugene Hamilton on September 9th.   Within days (September 13th) the Attorney General’s Chambers filed a Notice of Application to have it discharged.   

 

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+3 #1 Straight Talk 2013-09-27 16:53
If the Court cannot interfere or rule in this matter, that means we have no recourse in being abused by our parliament! Listen up people, we will all learn if we follow what is said in this hearing. We need to have a greater say in what our politicians/Cab inet are doing to our nation. We should be able to demand a return to buying viagra in the santo domingo the buy xenical polls within 3 months of filing a MONC in the govt of the day if the Speaker fails to act as is the case.
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