Hugo Eside, lawyer for the relatives surrounding the December 8 murders in Suriname, refers to the analyzes of Marcel Ostburg and Eugene van der San, who stated that the convict Desi Bouterse could not be imprisoned due to an error in the ruling of the Court of Justice. The world of myths.
“I have taken note of these opinions and must relegate them to the realm of superstition. It is nonsense and illogical. It is nonsense,” the lawyer said in a radio interview.
According to Essid, all these analyses, which some people continue to say nonsense in the Surinamese media, have a political purpose. The lawyer said: “Spreading nonsense and sowing confusion in order to serve a political interest.”
According to Al-Sadiq, review/review, an unusual legal remedy, also has no chance.
Although Bouterse's lawyer indicated last week that the convict would apply for pardon, Al-Sadiq does not expect the Court of Justice to provide positive advice in this regard. In addition, he does not expect the president to grant a pardon.
“The president is not obliged to follow the advice of the court, because he has special power to decide on it. However, he should never make a decision without motivation. I don't see what motives the President could give for granting a pardon. “That is why I assume that this pardon will not be granted,” Al-Said said.
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