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Chaudhry travel application denied


Mar 07, 2011 12:00:00 AM

Fiji’s former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry was today denied leave to travel overseas by High Court judge Justice Daniel Goundar.

In his ruling, Justice Goundar said the court was concerned about the frequency of travel by Chaudhry; when he had not been charged since filing information for the court on July 30, 2010.

According to Goundar, Chaudhry’s arraignment had been adjourned several times from the time his case was first heard in July last year.

Between December 2010 and March 2011, Chaudhry had also been permitted to travel to Hawaii and Australia.

“The court had earlier permitted the applicant to travel to Australia for medical treatment between 28 December 2010 and 20 January 2011. The arraignment of the applicant was deferred to 18 February 2011.  On this date, plea was not taken because counsel for the applicant insisted that they had not been provided with better particulars. The case was adjourned to 17 March 2011 for mention.

“On 25 February 2011 this application was filed. If the court is to allow this application, this would mean that the applicant’s arraignment will have to be adjourned again.” The High Court judge said.

The Fiji Labour Party leader wanted to travel to the United States of America to attend his sister’s 70th birthday.

By Repeka Nasiko


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