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Sean Kelly calls for a boycott of Mauritius

What comes next for the family of Michaela McAreavey? Daithi Linnane reports on Sean Kelly’s call for a boycott of Mauritius.

Sean Kelly Facebook

Sean Kelly’s Facebook status

Ireland South MEP Sean Kelly this morning called for a boycott on travel to Mauritius in the wake of the judgement on the McAreavey trial. Posting on Facebook, Mr Kelly stated:

‘’ No justice for Michaela McAreavey in Mauritius. It is a massive indictment of Mauritius authorities’ incompetence. No Irish should visit Mauritius yet until justice is done.’’

Kelly, who was President of the GAA while McAreavey’s father Mickey Harte managed the Tyrone senior football team, made the comments after two men suspected of McAreavey’s murder were acquitted in a Mauritius court yesterday.

The validity of the trial has been questioned due to accusations of harassment from police seeking witness evidence. After a trial of seven weeks the jury declared that Avinash Treebhoowoon and Sandip Moneea were not guilty.

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny commented on the ‘’unsatisfactory’’ outcome of the trial, and said that Ireland will consider using its diplomatic ties to try and have the case reexamined, but clarified that the government does not interfere with the legal systems of other states.

 

*Lead image via Facebook

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Daithi Linnane is an Arts Undergraduate at UCC, studying Politics and English. Interests and hobbies range from youth politics to theatre to music to technology and all points in between. Daithi can be heard weekly on The Week That Was on CCR 98.3 FM and can be read fortnightly in the Features section of the UCC Express.

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