Presidential petitions are won by lawyers

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xpthinker
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Presidential petitions are won by lawyers

Unread post by xpthinker » Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:05 am

I believe the judes are objective.
Take the 2013 petition for example. The chief justice was Mutunga. A liberal. Most of the judges on the bench were conservative. Therefore it was feared that they could easily annul an election. Therefore the Jubilee and IEBC lawyers really did their best. The Cord lawyers and civil society (Africog) lawyers took it for granted. Remember the Kethi Kilonzo presentation, which many people were impressed with but which, in my opinion, lacked substance? Remember Oraro's droning presentations? So, in the end, the Jubilee and IEBC lawyers, who had done their very best, won.
Come 2017. The chief justice was Maraga. A conservative. Most of the judges on the bench were conservative. Therefore it was feared that they could easily uphold an election. Or rather, it was feared that such judges couldn't possibly annul an election. Therefore the Nasa lawyers did their very best. The Jubilee and IEBC lawyers this time took it for granted. You could hear it in their submissions. Remember PLO Lumumba and his comical presentation? Remember Ahmednasir and his condescending presentation? In the end, the Nasa lawyers, who had done their best won.
Don't lynch the judges. Our is an adversarial system. The side that presents the best case wins.

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Re: Presidential petitions are won by lawyers

Unread post by obienga » Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:01 am

xpthinker wrote:
Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:05 am
Don't lynch the judges. Our is an adversarial system. The side that presents the best case wins.
You forgot to mention the side that can submit forged evidence gets to win.

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Re: Presidential petitions are won by lawyers

Unread post by nowayhaha » Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:47 am

xpthinker wrote:
Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:05 am
I believe the judes are objective.
Take the 2013 petition for example. The chief justice was Mutunga. A liberal. Most of the judges on the bench were conservative. Therefore it was feared that they could easily annul an election. Therefore the Jubilee and IEBC lawyers really did their best. The Cord lawyers and civil society (Africog) lawyers took it for granted. Remember the Kethi Kilonzo presentation, which many people were impressed with but which, in my opinion, lacked substance? Remember Oraro's droning presentations? So, in the end, the Jubilee and IEBC lawyers, who had done their very best, won.
Come 2017. The chief justice was Maraga. A conservative. Most of the judges on the bench were conservative. Therefore it was feared that they could easily uphold an election. Or rather, it was feared that such judges couldn't possibly annul an election. Therefore the Nasa lawyers did their very best. The Jubilee and IEBC lawyers this time took it for granted. You could hear it in their submissions. Remember PLO Lumumba and his comical presentation? Remember Ahmednasir and his condescending presentation? In the end, the Nasa lawyers, who had done their best won.
Don't lynch the judges. Our is an adversarial system. The side that presents the best case wins.

Now this is comical to say the least

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Re: Presidential petitions are won by lawyers

Unread post by NattyDread » Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:48 am

obienga wrote:
Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:01 am
xpthinker wrote:
Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:05 am
Don't lynch the judges. Our is an adversarial system. The side that presents the best case wins.
You forgot to mention the side that can submit forged evidence gets to win.
Hehehehehehehe! The evidence of collusion before, during and after the trial is with Safaricom and sources that will one day tell us the story. Leave the deluded believers to pontificate.
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