Sunday, June 24, 2018

Amnesty for the Perpetrators and NO JUSTICE for the Victims; The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission Bill.

In May 2017, a symposium was held at ICCS where the idea of setting up a Truth and National Reconciliation Commission was discussed.  When Honourable Basil Hoareau suggested that perpetrators of certain crimes which had been committed against the people of Seychelles be granted immunity, this idea was booed by the whole audience.

In my view, The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission Bill is designed to protect the perpetrators of crimes committed against the people of Seychelles, such as treason, murder, illegal imprisonment, and disappearances to name a few, and has nothing to do with justice and closure for the victims. No input was ever sought or received, from the victims. This Bill can be described as a piece of legislation set up to absolve the present regime from all crimes committed against its citizens, as long as the perpetrators “sincerely apologise to the victims” and file “a petition for amnesty”, which “shall be granted.” For example, those who abducted Hassan Ali and did whatever was done to him and disposed of his remains, will come before the Commission and when asked about this event, will invoke section 13 ( c) of “The Bill” against self-incrimination” and refuse to answer. How will the truth surrounding the coup d’├ętat and the atrocities ever come to light, and how will the families ever get ‘closure’ if that is one of the aims of the Bill? Since the coup d’├ętat was a crime against the people of Seychelles, many are suggesting this Bill go to referendum.

How much credibility would the Apartheid Regime of Pik Botha and his predecessors have had, had it set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate the atrocities of the apartheid regime he led? History has shown that even an ANC enacted Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in South Africa after the end of apartheid failed many of the victims. A 1998 study by South Africa's Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and the Khulumani Support Group, which surveyed several hundred victims of human rights abuse during the Apartheid era, found that most felt that the TRC had failed to achieve reconciliation between the black and white communities. Most believed that justice was a prerequisite for reconciliation rather than an alternative to it, and that the TRC had been weighted in favour of the perpetrators of the human rights abuses.

In Seychelles, the situation is much worse because the Bill is designed to absolve the perpetrators and to rehabilitate them into society but not to do, or mete out justice to the victims. Unlike South Africa, the Commission will be established by the same government that committed the violations. The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation was later established in 2000 as the successor organization of the TRC in South Africa.

Justice is defined as “fairness in the way people are dealt with”, therefore by definition this Bill, if enacted by the present regime, will deny the victims of any fairness. There can be no national unity or national reconciliation without justice for the victims. The Bill is only “to promote national unity and reconciliation”. Section 6(4) does not even offer the victims the choice of privacy; showing a total lack of foresight and compassion on the part of the promoters of this piece of legislation. The Constitution guarantees everyone a fair trial/hearing by an “independent and impartial court established by law”. The Commission will be established by law, but will it be independent and impartial??

There are so many disturbing aspects to this “Perpetrators Charter”. In section 2(2) a perpetrator is defined as “a person who the Commission has found to be a perpetrator including the person who has given the order.” So it is the Commission established, by the President of the regime, which determines whether or not a person is “a perpetrator” or even a “victim”, defined under section 2(7) as a “person having suffered any significant harm or detriment as a result of any violations.”

Section 2 (8) lays the boot in  “violation means any human rights abuses committed during, or in relation to the coup D’etat of 5th June 1977.” So even if you have killed, the Commission can decide that you are not a perpetrator, or a victim of a violation of your human rights, not only because in 1977 Seychelles did not have a Constitution or a Charter of Fundamental Rights but also because the Commission established by the present regime can make a finding that the human rights violation was not committed “during or in relation to the coup d’etat on 5th June 1977.”

It gets worse, section 2(3) defines “Rehabilitation” as “psychological or mental support for both perpetrators and victims in need of such support with a view to their achieving complete closure including restoring their credibility in society.” Begging the question, WHOSE CREDIBILITY? THE VICTIMS OR THE PERPETRATORS? Any perpetrator can file a petition for amnesty within a time limit set by the Commission. In section 3(2)(e) it is the Commission who will determine the granting of amnesty, however section 12(4) is clear that if the perpetrator offers an apology to the victims they “shall be granted amnesty” irrespective.  A person who has been granted amnesty shall not be criminally or civilly liable so therefore evidence given before the commission shall not be admissible in any civil or criminal proceedings.

Section 13(c) renders the commission totally futile as any person can refuse to answer questions from the Commissioners by claiming that to do so, would  incriminating them.

The Bill gives the Commission the same powers as the Supreme Court. Therefore, can the Supreme Court grant amnesty for serious human rights violations? What does the Seychellois Charter of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms say about treason? And your right to life and no one shall be deprived of life intentionally? The perpetrators must therefore be held accountable. The perpetrators are the same ones that have robbed this nation dry and now this Bill is setting them up to get away with murder; literally. Just like the Anti-Corruption Commission created by the SPPF/PL regime to investigate “corruption” and despite the several acts of corruption revealed by the FPAC and the National Assembly only one case has reached the court and this, a case against one of the investigators shortly before the first “corruption” case was supposed to have been filed.!!! Effectively killing the case against a past high ranking member of the government.

As a concerned citizen, I am imploring the President, who has many times stated that he is a defender of the Constitution, if this Bill is passed by the National Assembly not to assent to it but to invoke article 87(1) of the Constitution, which states:

 “Where the President is of the opinion that a Bill presented for assent infringes or may infringe this Constitution, the President shall not assent to the Bill and, as soon as is practicable within fourteen days of the presentation of the Bill; (a) advise the Speaker accordingly; and (b) refer the Bill to the Constitutional Court for a decision in this respect.”

The President will be making history as it will be the first time any President has referred a bill to the Constitutional court for a decision on its constitutionality thereby respecting his oath of allegiance to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of Seychelles. The withholding of Presidential assent will not only be historical because of the referral to the Constitutional Court but more importantly it will be the first time that a bill will be enacted into law after the active involvement of all three branches of the State/ Government.

Alexander Pierre

Thursday, May 10, 2018


Ex-Speaker oft he Seychelles, Patrick Pillay said in an interview with the Today Newspaper on 28th April 2018, that during his term as Speaker he elevated the standard in the National Assembly.
Is that how he did it ?????

1.       At the first SADC PF meeting in Zimbabwe, he assisted on only 2 days. Even before the meeting was over he left to go to Lesotho

2.       In his role as the Speaker, he invited SADC PF for a plenary in Seychelles. He attended only a couple of meetings and was absent most of the time.

3.       He pronounced an invitation to Seychelles for a Commonwealth Speakers’Conference. He opened the conference but was absent for all other events. He didn’t attend the banquette offered by the President nor by the High Commissioner of GB. In all circumstances it was the Deputy Speaker Hon. Prea who had to step in.

4.       At the many Assembly Business Committee (ABC) meetings, he generally refused to attend. The Deputy took over.

5.       In the first year of the NA when the Budget was being debated and members worked long hours till into the night, he left the country to go on a holiday to China.

6.       He often failed to appear at NA sittings without notification. Sometimes he called the Deputy short before and asked to chair on his behalf. At the same time he was seen doing leisure shopping at STC, amongst others.

7.       His legal adviser was paid SRC 50,000 monthly for advice the LDS NA never received.

8.       He applied for 2 bodyguards who were often seen doing works on his farm.

If by an unfortunate miracle he is elected as President; will the country come to a standstill and suffer a massive a economic collapse?

Source:Seychelles Citizen Watch

Tuesday, April 17, 2018


Albert Rene retired and handed the Presidency over to James Michel on the 16th of April 2004. Rene had ruled like a dictator for 27 years; a large part under a one party state. He left behind a nation totally divided. Statistics show that between 1977 and 1990, nearly 10,000 people left Seychelles to go and live in other countries. They voted with their feet at a time when Seychellois could only vote for Rene or pay the consequences.

During those 27 years Rene had amassed a fortune; some say in the billions of dollars. Political commentators claim that his assets are scattered all around the world, including many offshore companies and bank accounts in the BVI and Switzerland.

A couple of months prior to his announcement of retirement, a company named Capricorn Estate Ltd leased a plot of land B2311 that is over 80,000 square metres for a sum which works out at just slightly over SR2000 a month at Anse Polite. The Rene clan had already transferred over 30 plots to them from the Government. Because of its huge size it appears that Albert Rene had to hide behind not just one company but two. The main shareholder of Capricorn Estate Ltd is another company called Katiti Properties (PTY) Ltd. The majority shareholder of Katiti properties is one F.A Rene. Is this what he meant when he talked about liberation and delivering us out of the darkness?

Not to be outdone, his wife, a few years earlier transferred 3 plots of the most prime land on the beach of La Digue from the Government of Seychelles to one Sarah Zarquani-Rene of Anse Reunion; LD1110, LD1112 and LD1510. The main plot LD1112 was transferred for peanuts at only SR36,000; most probably ink on paper as opposed to actual money transferred. Corruption is defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. Is this corruption? And are these some of the reasons we got liberated? As will be evident this is just the tip of the iceberg!


Sunday, April 8, 2018


Captain Michael Hoareau admitted in open court that the 5 fishermen who were on board Charitha with him are INNOCENT and had no knowledge of or control in the drug transaction in which the Charitha vessel was involved. He named the innocent 5 fishermen as Robert Billy Jean, Dereck Bresson, Frankie Thelermont and Naddy Delorie.

Hoareau the captain, whose sister is married to former President Michel’s son, was let off the hook by being offered to turn state witness.

George Michel speaks the truth to SBC

These innocent fishermen are looking at a life sentences and this is extracts from the court transcript as was presented before the judge. A massive miscarriage of justice has just taken place in Seychelles. Seychellois should be alarmed and outraged!

Q:           Did you tell them that you had decided that there would be a drug related transaction to be    carried out?

A:            Again I will stated to you what I stated to Mr. Andre I never said this to them.

Q:           So you were hiding something from them. Denying them that opportunity to make a decision as to whether they would go on that trip or not?
A:            That is correct yes.

Q:           And that again you will call it a big mistake?
A:            I should have told them yes.

Q:           And a mistake on your part that can cause them imprisoned for life?
A:            Yes that was a mistake I made yes.

Q:           And you feel comfortable with that mistake?
A:            No but they could have approached maybe the AG and stated that they do not know anything about this and said the truth.

Q:           And I can tell you Mr. Hoareau as far as my client is concerned the third he was approached by the NDEA he told the truth.
A:            This I do not know I am not aware.

Q:           But I am putting it to you that he did and now you are telling us you made a mistake and you realise that was a very serious mistake and it is not fair on these fisherman.
A:            When I am looking at it the AG went before the news and indicated that any of the Accused could have told the truth.
Again I will state that yes as a human being you make mistake but there are things that maybe I have made a mistake about or simple forgotten whilst under pressure.

Q:           And these are mistakes that are very serious and they have cost the accused their lives.
A:            Yes I made a mistake but I am telling the other workers I am sorry.

Q:           So you are asking them too forgive you for that. Don’t you think it is a bit late now Mr Hoareau?
A:            I stated to them since on the boat that they have every right to tell the truth that I take full responsibility that they could have stated what happened and did not happen and did not happen but I have full responsibility of what happened.

Q:           Thank you Mr. Hoareau actually it is correct that you did tell them. You group then you said that you will take responsibility for this transaction and you told them that you did not want to be cursed by the prayers of their prayers of their families because they could end up in prison.
A:            There was nothing about prayer but I did tell them that I would take full responsibility and that they would be ready to tell the truth.

Q:           And the reason why you told them that is because you knew that these man are innocent in this transaction.
A:            Again I will state I know that they were innocent in all of this and this I will stick to it.

Q:           Thank you very much at least even if it is answered a bit late you acknowledge that they are innocent to this transaction.
A:            I have always stated that they are innocent in all of this

Q:           And would it not have been better on your part to have put it in your statement said to the police these man are innocent before you signed the agreement at the AG’s office. You should have told the AG these men are innocent.
A:            I have nowhere in my statement said anything wrong about these workers.

Q:           But you never said they are innocent did you?
A:            I was asked and I stated that they were innocent.
Q:           Did you say that to the NDEA when you entered in agreement with them?
A:            No.

Q:           Again a mistake Mr. Hoareau?
A:            No they did not ask me I did not say it.

Q:           And so now what you are telling this Court, What you are telling the Judge that is the truth they are innocent.
A:            Yes as Mr. Camille had asked me and you have asked I have stated the truth that they are innocent.

 Seychelles Citizen Watch

Saturday, March 31, 2018


By Ralph Hoarau

Over the past two years we have seen a lot of allegations of criminal wrongdoings by senior members of SPPF/PL that have come to light. Those implicated include the former dictator France Albert Rene, his successor James Michel and many other officials that comprised the core leadership of SPUP/SPPF/PL. We have seen and heard allegations made by Dr. Maxime Ferrari (former VP under the Rene dictatorship) about the brutal murders of political opponents of the regime at the dictator’s former palatial home in L’Exile at Sans Souci. Allegations of wholesale corruption, extortion, theft of state assets and a plethora of white collar crimes by former SPUP/SPPF/PL elites are being exposed almost on a daily basis by no less than the National Assembly.

In spite of all those allegations, we have seen no movement from Danny Faure in his capacity as president to take any action to initiate formal investigations into those serious crimes. This can be construed as both impotence and dereliction of his duties or a demonstration of his connivance to deliberately obstruct justice, so that he can protect his former colleagues and political mentors who nurtured him and installed him in the position that he is in today. This is the man who promised a new era of transparency and clean governance, a man who proclaimed that “Sesel I pli gran ki nou tou.” After his abject failure to take the moral high road and act accordingly, Danny Faure has shown without a shadow of a doubt that there is a criminal elite that is indeed “Pli gran ki Sesel.” Danny Faure has so far failed the cause of justice in Seychelles.

In order to continue protecting his murderous political masters, Danny Faure has tried to pull off a brazen act of deception. His carefully staged apology for the callous murder of Constable Berard Jeannie by the coup plotters on the 5th of June 1977 is nothing but a charade.

While this apology should be a welcomed small step, we can, however, all see that it is disingenuous and a shameful stage-managed sham. On whose behalf is Danny Faure apologizing, himself, Albert Rene, James Michel and the other criminal coup plotters, the SPUP/SPPF/PL, the State of Seychelles, who???? What about all the others that were murdered and that have disappeared without trace to this day, are they insignificant??? Is this hollow apology meant to compensate for all the crimes committed by SPUP/SPPF/PL and its ruling elite over the past 42 years???

Despite its obvious devious intentions, this apology has left the Opposition like a rabbit caught in the bright glare of a spot light in the dead of the night. It has left them out on a limb. The fact is that the Opposition should have acted more decisively on this issue a long time ago. They should have taken steps long before to recognise and honour all our heroes who have fallen in the struggle for the return of democracy in Seychelles. It was after all their moral obligation to do so. They failed in that regard and now Danny Faure has pounced to try and gain the moral high ground by offering this so called apology. In the eyes of some he has managed to upstage the Opposition on an issue where they should already have taken decisive ownership.

So now, what should the Opposition do next?

The Opposition should now take decisive actions. They should call Danny Faure’s bluff and force his hand and demand that he immediately initiates investigations into all those criminal allegations that have surfaced. They should ask him to present comprehensive plans with timetables when those investigations will begin. If he fails to do they should block all his proposals and bring his government to a standstill.

This will play to the advantage of the Opposition in various ways.

If Danny Faure’s government is brought to a halt, he will have to dissolve the Assembly and call for fresh elections, where the Opposition is likely to increase its majority in the Assembly. This outcome would force Faure to resign and call for fresh presidential elections that he will most likely lose. If Faure persists to hold on to power, he will become a lame duck president and lose all respect on the international scene. World leaders will not want to deal with a lame duck. Assumption is a good example where Faure’s government has been humiliated on the world stage.

The Opposition now has an opportunity to show the people that they really want to pursue real justice in Seychelles and bring an end to that PL regime once and for all. The longer they fail to take the initiative on the issues of championing the cause of real justice and the recognition of our fallen heroes, the more they risk losing the political initiative to Danny Faure as time drags on and he conjures up more of those dramatic stage shows.

If on the other hand Danny Faure is contrite and genuine in the pursuit of justice and has really divorced himself entirely from SPUP/SPPF/PL, his next move should be bold, courageous and decisive. He should immediately order meaningful and serious investigations into those alleged crimes and bring the perpetrators, whoever they might be, to justice. He should be prepared to jettison his old criminal masters and make them face justice. He should also grab the initiative and take steps to formally recognise and honour our fallen heroes for their invaluable contributions towards the real struggle to restore democracy in Seychelles. If Faure can do that, he will not only go a long way to redeem himself but also to prove that he is a genuine reformer and a transformational leader in the same mould as a Gorbachev or F.W. de Klerk. He could even set himself up for a victory as an independent candidate in the next presidential elections. The trillion Dollar question is - does Faure have the conviction and moral fibre to take such a high road?

Mr. Faure we do not want your token, disingenuous apologies that seek only to protect your colleagues and predecessors, we want to see the pursuit and dispensing of real justice. Your continued impotence and/or obstruction of justice are no longer tolerable.

Source:Seychelles Hero

Monday, March 19, 2018


I annan en dikton granmoun ki dir ‘malen pa anpes kouyon’

Apre koudeta 1977 Monsieur Albert Rene ti annan gran plan pour Seselwa, par egzanp, premyerman i ti ouver laferm Sadeko Belombre avek Ma Constance pou plante e met fri dan bwat me I pa’n reisi. Dezyenman, ouver N.Y.S pou fer marse ledikasyon me i pa’n reisi. Trwazyenman … elevaz bef Cote D’or Pralen pou nouri tou Seselwa me i pa’n reisi. Katriyenman, La Pas, Silwet pou fer elevaz poul avek dizef … i pa’n reisi. Senkyenman, milyon de milyon roupi pou kanmaron lo zil Koytivi … I pa’n reisi. Sizyenman met tou bann zil dan lanmen I.D.C pou prodwir legim, i pa’n reisi. Setyenman, Barbaron pou prodwi fler, i pa’n reisi. Wityenman, ouver S.M.B pou fer pri lavi desann me i pa’n reisi.

The 3 Amigos
An 1990 Msye Rene ti deklar son lekor koman en arsitek me tou sa bann plan pa’n marse. An 2004 i ti pas baton avek son depite Msye James Alix Michel me Msye Michel avek tou son doktora ti annan en pti lespri an tet. I ti fer nou bwar delo sale. Ler lopozisyon ti dir li fer en danm i ti demande ki nou pou met dan danm.

An 2010 Msye Michel ti promet Seselwa gran devlopman pou arive dan lavil Viktorya. Sesel ti pou fleri parey Sengapour, nou ti pou annan tren sorti dan Nor pou al dan Sid.

An 2017 pou louvertir lasanble Msye Faure li i ti vin avek son gran plan. In vin promet nou de proze tinel. Msye Faure, Seselwa pa dormi dan tinel, Seselwa pa aste manze dan tinel, Seselwa pa reste dan tinel, problenm trafik dan lavil nou pou pas dan tinel ….

Parti Lepep in bite; in ler pou les LDS fer sa travay.

Seychelles Weekly

Monday, March 12, 2018


Not satisfied with their gigantic land portfolio, 40 or so registered under their old name Seychelles People`s Progressive Front (SPPF), Parti Lepep have been expanding. On the 8th of May 2014 Parti Lepep of Maison Du Peuple leased 2 plots of prime land in town for 60 years at Bois de Rose Avenue; V18998 and V18999. The rent for 4387 square metres of prime land of 2 plots, works out at SR10,965 per month, and were even given a grace period of 18 months.

Their plans for development are currently unknown. However, what is known is that due to them expanding their empire, they had to recruit a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A CEO is usually the highest-ranking executive in a company, and their primary responsibilities include making major corporate decisions, managing the overall operations and resources of a company, and acting as the main point of communication between the board of directors and corporate operations. This could be the first time in history a political party anywhere in the world has needed a CEO. Business has been booming for Parti Lepep Ltd.

Corruption is defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain, by an individual or entity. The land allocation policy of the government, past and present, is one piece of land per person or entity. Adding another 2 more plots to their burgeoning portfolio is the red line, as calls to return the 40 plots under SPPF have been ignored for the last 2 years; most notably by Hon Flory Larue. Parti Lepep Ltd stock price is about to crash and their portfolio vaporized!

Click on the link below to remind yourself of the greed.


Thursday, March 8, 2018

LEAKED; 2018 revised Seychelles India agreement for military base on Assumption

The highly controversial military base agreement on Assumption between Seychelles and India; leaked by a true patriot. Note the revised agreement is now 20 years; doubling the length of the original by a decade!

LEAKED; 2015 original Seychelles India agreement for military base on Assumption

The highly controversial military base agreement on Assumption between Seychelles and India; leaked by a true patriot. This is the original 2015 agreement. Note the original agreement was for 10 years only.

Sunday, February 11, 2018


Is this agreement yet another example of an economic crime against the people of Seychelles?

On the 20th of December 1994 The Government of Seychelles leased 11 islands to a private company, Island Development Company Limited (IDC) for 99 years for the yearly rent of SR1. Sometime later Astove, Assumption and St Pierre were added to the original agreement making a total of 14 islands in all. IDC was supposed to develop the islands. The kind of development was never clear and ordinary Seychellois was always in the dark. Because the ordinary Seychellois were in the dark to this day, I guess they were happy enough that once a year they got birds eggs from those islands, until about two or three years ago when we were told that helicopters were needed to transport the eggs and that was why none was available. Nevertheless, there was a plan why the 14 islands were leased to IDC. The plan was to transfer the assets of IDC to another Limited company in the British Virgin Islands at a later date but fortunately the plan failed. This never made any sense to anyone until one understands that this was “attempted theft”.

The original 1994 lease agreement

Seychellois lost the benefit of his 14 islands to some dollar millionaires. We are not even allowed to set foot there. Many fishermen have complained about being denied a place to “maske” during rough weather conditions because they are chased off by armed guards.

Despite the ordinary Seychellois not benefitting in any way whatsoever from the “development” taking place on these 14 islands, up until recently millions of rupees of our tax money was poured into IDC every year. Is this not an economic crime perpetrated against the people of Seychelles?

For the last 40 years the SPUP/SPPF/Parti Lepep regime has been committing crimes against its citizens, however this one cannot be forgiven by the people. So what is the crime this time? Is it one of committing fraud on an international level? The signed renegotiated agreement between the Seychelles Government and the Indian Government for a military base on Assumption has yet to reach the National Assembly for ratification; the military base is now disguised as a joint venture. Where was India when our EEZ was infested with pirates? The UNODC and EU came to our rescue. For any agreement to have legal validity, it needs valuable consideration. What is the consideration for this Agreement? India gets its military base on Seychelles soil to counteract China’s military base in Djibouti and Seychelles gets WHAT? The use of a military base to wage war against the tuna, turtles and dolphins in our waters when we are attacked by them?

The Leader of the opposition may have used a couple of loose words on a recent trip to India but LDS is a movement grander than any one person. LDS is not like Parti Lepep and they are not rigid and deaf on the People of Seychelles. In principle, LDS is against any foreign military base in Seychelles and like the campaign song, it is clear the deal upon reaching the assembly should be “Zet Anba”. Danny Faure, the Unelected President of Seychelles, stated his belief in transparency, but now his Administration is being exposed as a perpetrator of yet another economic crime against the citizens, because we do not see the benefit for the ordinary Seychellois. They keep losing out.  The revised agreement has never been made public and this lack of transparency has caused massive confusion in the population. Furthermore, LDS must also ensure that the original agreement by the Michel administration is made public.

The benefit to Seychelles of having a military base on its soil does not make any sense except of course to those who might have benefitted in some way or another from it. Just out of curiosity who drafted the Agreement?

IDC website
Once again and very recently, in an interview with the Editor in Chief of Today in Seychelles, Raj Meetarbhan, on 28th of March 2017, The CEO of IDC confirms the ownership of Assumption. Therefore, any agreement for Assumption and the Indian Government should have been between the Lessee, IDC and the Indian Government. It is very strange that the CEO of IDC has been very quiet. Is the agreement between the Seychelles Government and the Indian Government not worth the paper it is printed on? Is this agreement another economic crime against the people of Seychelles?  India get its military base  and we get the birds eggs!!! It is clear some public officials are more suited to the Magic Circus of Samoa. It is also clear that the Danny Faure Administration will not make it to 2020.

CEO of IDC confirms ownership in interview with Today in Seychelles

The people must insist on the immediate removal of the Danny Faure Administration as this could be the biggest embarrassment internationally for Seychelles of all time. Lastly, is IDC Ltd wholly owned by the Government of Seychelles? If it is, why was IDC incorporated in the first place? However, be that as it may technically and legally any agreement regarding Assumption must be signed by the CEO of that limited company, the Lessee. The CEO was nowhere to be seen. End of Story!

Seychelles Citizen Watch