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A ‘what if’ hangs over President-elect
The Electoral College deserves the nation’s congratulations on the selection of President-elect, Anthony Carmona. In spite of the opinions of legal luminaries, the issue of his residency, in my humble opinion, still hangs in the balance. No judgment, by a court of law, has been made in this regard.
What if some Jack, at a later date, challenges his residential status at the time of his election and the matter reaches the Privy Council? What if the Privy Council rules in the challenger's favour? While I do not anticipate such an occurrence, it certainly is a “what if.”
Could this “what if” bring the Government closer to accepting the Caribbean Court of Justice as our final appellate court?
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