By NEWSDAY REPORTERS Tuesday, June 19 2007
KENNETH LALLA SC, former member of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) yesterday described the present Commission members as “confused” and said they were wrong not to have suspended Chief Magistrate Sherman Mc Nicolls.
He criticised their reported decision to defer disciplinary action against Mc Nicolls on the grounds that suspension would do more harm than good and was not in the public interest.
Lalla, who is also a former chairman of both the Public Service and Police Service Commissions, said the reason given by the JLSC that the Chief Magistrate was involved in a number of important matters had no merit.
“Suppose the Chief Magistrate dies or decides to go on vacation, what happens to these matters? If he dies they will have to be restarted,” he said.
“If he goes on leave they will have to be postponed. But to suspend the Chief Justice and allow to preside in court, the Chief Magistrate who made serious allegations against the Chief Justice and then refused to be cross-examined, is not even-handed justice and adds to the view that the Judiciary is under siege,” he added.
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