Yuhanon Meletius Speaks
12 Oct 2011 2 Comments
by Yuhanon Meletius
in Current Issues
As anticipated the third round of talk on Kolenchery Church issue mediated by the cabinet sub committee failed.
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Oct 12, 2011 @ 08:00:10
It is not at all strange that conciliatory talks are failing again and again. These talks will continue to fail unless one side is ready for a surrender. But, where else we have a dilemma like this that to execute a court order, there must be conciliatory talks and negotiations with three ministers wasting their valuable time? How come that the executive is shying away from carrying out its constitutional obligations? Are we, the democratic system, not demonstrating the collective lack of will power to act?
John K. Daniel
Oct 19, 2011 @ 15:37:08
Where else in the world does a party with a court order in its favor has to wait this long to get it executed? Do not the laws of the land prevail? Why should there be any discussion or negotiation at all? The court’s order is explicitly and abundantly clear such that there are no ambiguities left behind.
In my opinion, there is no more room left for any negotiation. I am convinced more so after seeing H.B. Thomas I’s instructions to his bishops.
The court’s order should have prevailed automatically. I think it is high time that the party with the favorable court order takes possession of its assets/properties as prescribed. If any untoward law and order situations arise out of it, let the law enforcing authorities address them. That is what they are there for. Every govt is duty bound to protect the interests of the law-abiding people.
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