Wednesday, June 15, 2011

ETN interviews Joel Morgan - Seychelles Minister for Home Affairs, Environment, Energy & Transport

MINISTER FOR HOME AFFAIRS, ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY AND TRANSPORT GOVERNMENT

eTN speaks with Seychelles Minister Hon. Joel Morgan


BY WOLFGANG H. THOME, ETN | JUN 14, 2011

eTN speaks with Seychelles Minister Hon. Joel Morgan
Joel Morgan

(eTN) - On occasion, an opportunity arises to interview high-ranking officials during my many trips across Eastern Africa or to the Indian Ocean islands, and recently, during a visit to the Seychelles, the Hon. Joel Morgan consented to be interviewed for eTN’s Executive Talk, discussing a range of issues, including the "Problem from Hell," aka ocean terrorism, aka Somali piracy, where the Minster expressed strong views, which should be embraced by more and clearly saying that defeating piracy is a matter of national survival for the Seychelles.
eTN: Mr. Minister, thank you for the opportunity to speak with you about a range of issues of interest to eTN’s readers. Do explain your role in government, as there is often a lot more behind the title of a ministry than meets the eye, as after all, you hold a wide brief in terms of the portfolio - Home Affairs, Environment, Energy, and Transport.
MINISTER MORGAN: To me it is very exciting in terms of the work that I do, and I personally love it. I find it very, very stimulating to be involved in so many areas and to have a chance to make a difference in so many key areas. For instance, in my work responsible as Minister of Environment I have a chance to steer the whole environmental management sector of our country, and I can make sure that there is continued protection of what we all hold so dear in our hearts and what is basically the mainstay of our tourism-oriented economy, and that is the environment. We are, in fact, moving forward to protect our pristine natural environment even more, with the soon-to-be-made declaration that 51 percent of our territory will become a legally-protected area. Already we lead the world in this regard with 47.2 percent of our territory being protected as marine national parks and terrestrial national parks.In this ministerial capacity, I also deal with all issues of climate change, which is crucially important to a small island state like the Seychelles. It presents a huge challenge to our country in terms of our water resources [author’s comment: the Seychelles depend overwhelmingly on rain for their water consumption, and the changes in rain patterns only recently made it necessary to double their desalination capacity from 2.5 million gallons to 5 million gallons production, courtesy of a gift by Abu Dhabi] but the mitigation of climate change impact on our coastal zones is another big area of concern; sea level rise, subsequent storm flooding, and tsunamis – the latter not connected to climate change but a real concern to us – are very key issues, considering that the largest part of our 86,000 strong population live along the coastal areas. Nature conservation is part of this portfolio’s brief, both marine as well as terrestrial conservation. Here the work that I do, the decisions taken here with other colleagues in government, do make a visible difference about development of some areas and the preservation of others. This all has a significant impact on the future or our country, on our children’s future, and our country’s environment, to maintain it for future generations, so I enjoy being in the midst of it today and being able to make a positive impact.
Another key sector of my responsibility is transport, a key to our economy in both the maritime and aviation sectors. The maritime sector is hugely important for our economy, for imports and exports as we depend a lot on importation of goods but also for our fishing industry. A lot of maritime traffic in our waters is connected with fishing, bringing fish to Port Victoria for processing, and then re-exportation. Being able to set transportation policies for our country and helping shape the future of such an important part of our lives, our economy, is a very exciting aspect of my work here. To improve access to the rest of the world, we are re-developing Port Victoria and also our main fishing port for better maritime services, and to move on to air-transport, we are also in an advanced stage to re-develop our international airport. This is a key for our tourism industry, which depends almost entirely on the airlines bringing in our tourist visitors but also allows our own people mobility, and we are a very mobile people with as many as 35,000 trips undertaken by Seychellois going abroad. Being in the middle of the Indian Ocean, so far away from everywhere else, means we depend on good air access and that we have improved a lot in the most recent past through an open air access policy.
I deal often directly with airlines when we negotiate bilateral agreements, and we had great success in bringing more airlines to Seychelles and others now flying a lot more often than was the case in the past. Emirates will soon be coming here twice a day, Qatar Airways is now going daily, Etihad will start with four flights in November, and our own national airline, Air Seychelles, remains a key partner for our tourism industry and to ensure constant access to key markets and destinations. The immediate plans are to start a codeshare arrangement into the Far East with China to open that market with direct access and, thereafter, negotiating similar access to Korea and Japan.
But my work as Transport Minister does not end there, I am also responsible for national transportation, public transport on and across the islands, where we have overcome past problems and modernized our bus fleets, added a lot more vehicles, responded to demands for new scheduled, new routes, and now offer reliable and affordable public transport to our citizens and our visitors, too.
Energy is another part of my portfolio, and here we are again set to become a global leader in the way we will introduce sustainable energy uses in the future when we implement our new policies. We want to move progressively away from the use of fossil fuels and tap into renewable energy sources like solar, ideal on our island with so much sunshine across the year. This is a passion of mine, a personal passion. We will start with the island of La Digue, which we intend to remodel into an island of pure sustainable and renewable energy use. There we are looking at wind energy, solar energy for lighting and hot water production, and going further by introducing and eventually only using hybrid or electric vehicles for transportation, replacing conventional diesel and petrol engines.
eTN: But the oxcarts on La Digue will remain?
MINISTER MORGAN: Yes, the La Digue oxcarts will remain in place. We intend to champion the use of renewable energy sources globally and will shortly install, with the help and financial support from our friends in the UAE, an 8.5 MW wind turbine plant, which should come on line by the end of this year and is then followed by a solar installation feeding electricity during day hours into the national grid. But we are not stopping there. We are pursuing a policy to encourage our households to install solar water heating and solar panels to get their own electricity from and will, with the help of international finance institutions, create a fund to give grants to Seychellois willing to convert to fully renewable energy use for their homes.
eTN: Have you already mandated the use of energy-saving bulbs to save electricity?
MINISTER MORGAN: We, in fact, did this a while ago already through incentives to consumers to switch to compact fluorescent bulbs by handing out replacement energy savers while at the same time removing all taxes and duties on the import of such energy savers to promote a "greener Seychelles." That went hand in hand with promoting the use of LPG gas cookers to reduce electricity use during peak hours, and there, too, we took out taxes and duties for equipment to make it affordable for our people, for hotels and resorts, and restaurants.
All these measures are aimed to keep Seychelles green and reduce our carbon footprint in coming years; we want to spearhead it globally where we can to show that here, where climate change will have its first big impact, we are doing what it takes and what we can to play our part in the global fight against climate change. And holding the portfolios of both energy and environment also made another project easier for which I pushed very hard, as we are now starting to move from pure landfills for rubbish disposal to converting part of it into energy, which again will produce electricity in the future.
And the last key area of my responsibility, which I have taken on since last year and which is very challenging, is Home Affairs, comprising national security, police, prisons, border control and immigration, civil service, and, of course, the issue of piracy, which overlaps with Foreign Affairs and Defense.
eTN: You have at times been described as the "anti-piracy minister;" do you think this media slogan does your work any justice?
MINISTER MORGAN: I think is does do my work justice, yes I do. I am dedicating a lot of my time, nationally and internationally, to this problem and to combat it. I am doing it because it threatens my country, it is putting my country at risk, and the President has given me this responsibility. I am giving it my heart and soul to bring on board the international community, to sensitize our partners, to mobilize and galvanize support for Seychelles. Our President, in fact, championed the fight against piracy, and he was the first and remains at the forefront of our active diplomacy around the world to build a coalition with our partners to fight this menace. Piracy today is the single biggest threat to the entire region, and, in fact, not just to our region but to the entire international trade, which passes through our waters, our region using ships to import and export goods from around the world.
eTN: A major naval coalition was, of course, formed a few years ago to combat ocean terrorism, which is the phrase I use to describe the menace...
MINISTER MORGAN: I entirely agree with that!
eTN continues: ...which is perpetrated by a very small section of Somalis and their financiers and middle men, which has led to the unjustified broad condemnation of the Somali people as a whole. What has the naval coalition done for the Seychelles to secure your waters, to protect your economic exclusion zone, and what significant material support like naval and aerial assets, training, and other measures have friendly countries given to Seychelles to allow the country to also mount its own defense?
MINISTER MORGAN: Our partners have been very positive in the help they have provided to Seychelles, because they have seen that we are very proactive in our stand and reaction. We have taken and continue to take a very strong stand against piracy and to protect our national integrity and our rights, the rights of shipping to peacefully use the sea lanes, and as a result of President Michel’s leadership and his policies, the global community has come together and helps us, supports us. Our closest friends and allies have responded to our needs very well. For instance, the UAE have donated 5 naval assets to us, 5 ships our coast guard uses to patrol our waters alongside the naval coalition vessels to improve safe passage and security for ships. Previously, the UAE also donated an aircraft to us for surveillance, doing daily flights to gather information and direct surface vessels. India has just donated a new Dornier surveillance aircraft to Seychelles and has underwritten the use of another one until the new aircraft comes off the assembly line for delivery, also allowing for training of our own personnel. This aircraft is actually armed and contains state-of-the-art equipment assisting us in pinpointing positions and comes to the aid of vessels in distress. In addition, India has donated to us 2 big navy vessels, which we use alongside the others to patrol and safeguard our waters, our fishermen, and our islands.
The UAE is also assisting us in building a totally new major coast guard base for our ships and as a control and command center complemented by a radar surveillance system covering all our key islands to allow for early detection of any threat to our national waters and our national security, be it pirates or other groups.
China is delivering to us 2 Y12 aircraft, also fully and state-of-the-art equipped, which will very much expand our reach and allow for constant around-the-clock airborne monitoring, surveillance, and directions for NavFor and Seychellois surface ships.
eTN: Is it a matter of national survival for the Seychelles to defeat the ocean terrorists?
MINISTER MORGAN: It is a matter of national survival for some of the key aspects of our national economy, tourism, fishing, and trade. We depend heavily on ships moving freely across our waters, into our port, and transiting with their cargos to Asia, to Africa, and beyond.
eTN: I was pleased to see a large cruise liner calling on Port Victoria today, and I understand this is now a very rare event compared with the old days when Port Victoria was a "must visit" destination for any cruise ship sailing the Indian Ocean. Security assessments have changed the classic Indian Ocean cruises from or to the Seychelles via Mombasa, Zanzibar, Mauritius, and South Africa, and all the exotic places in between, and the cruise companies are very afraid of one of their cruise liners coming under attack or even being captured, especially in view of several pirate groups being closely linked with militants like Al Shabab, sharing proceeds, and in case of a cruise ship capture, likely sharing the hostages.
MINISTER MORGAN: I agree with you there, about the links and the sharing of proceeds.
eTN: What options does the Seychelles government have to secure the sea lanes to bring the cruises back, to return 10 of millions of US dollars in tourism and related revenues to the Indian Ocean ports from Victoria to Mombasa and along the Eastern coastline of Africa. Is it possible to "shadow" the passenger cruisers from when they enter critical waters to the time they reach port?
MINISTER MORGAN: This is not viable, the area is vast is huge, which the different forces patrol and the naval assets are spread out already, so allocating additional surface assets is not possible. However, what has proven to be very, very effective and which has been pioneered here in the Seychelles, is the "vessel protection detachment," which is putting trained and armed personnel on board of these ships until they reach safe waters again. We started this with fishing boats, our own boats, but also the Spanish and the French, and it has proven an effective deterrent against pirates capturing any of those boats so protected. After analyzing the results, we are now pushing for more such detachments to be placed on ships because the deterrent does work - not one of the ships so protected was captured by pirates.
We are now talking to cruise lines and are telling them that as they are losing a lot of market and revenue by avoiding our area, avoiding calling on the Seychelles, that with the right measures this is doable. Yes, there is an ongoing risk, but it can be minimized, reduced to almost zero, with the right precautions.
eTN: It is our understanding that you have UAVs based at the Mahe International Airport, none of which are presently armed. They could be armed?
MINISTER MORGAN: Yes, they could be armed.
eTN: Do you have any plans in that direction to increase your deterrent and ability to respond to incidents or prevent incidents, increase the risks for pirates to actually come out from their own territorial waters and try it on?
MINISTER MORGAN: The UAVs belong to the Unites States Army, and they are here under an agreement we have with the United States of America to operate missions for anti-piracy surveillance. They principally gather intelligence information, which they feed back to the US and share with us here in the Seychelles and NavFor members about locations of suspected pirate motherships and skiffs. The agreements we have in place right now with them does not provide for the arming of the UAVs at this point in time.
But what Seychelles now has is our own aerial assets, aircraft which are armed like the Dornier we have from India, and the new one we are getting from them. And under our own rules of engagement, we can and will use armed force against pirates when our own aircraft are involved in surveillance or coming to the assistance of vessels in distress and when the crew deems it necessary to either deter or neutralize the threat posed by such pirates.
eTN: This week the Seychelles Regatta takes place using catamarans, not the "tall ships." It is a big business elsewhere in the world and before ocean terrorism became an issue, many round-the-world regattas stopped over in the Seychelles, bringing visitors and revenue. Will you in the future actively promote a return of the big regattas to Seychelles and will you be able to secure them from the air?
MINISTER MORGAN: We would like to see a return of these ships to our waters, however, at present, with the limited assets we still have at our disposal, ensuring the complete safety of yachts and their crews would be difficult to assure right now, but for the future, we want to be in total control of our waters and are working towards that objective.
eTN: You mentioned you have your own rules of engagement here in the Seychelles. Under these rules you have staged several successful rescue missions for which you must be congratulated, of course. It must have taken some courage to actually give your commanders on site the go and leave it to them to act as they were trained to do. You used your new naval and aerial assets well and were widely praised for your robust response, but you were also criticized, including by a few members of the naval coalition calling it a "risky strategy." One particular source of criticism suggested it would cause a hardening of actions by pirates when they have captives on board after seizing a vessel. Will you in the face of such critiques continue with your robust handling of pirates when they are encountered on the ocean?
MINISTER MORGAN: Most definitely we will continue with our line of robust responses. In fact, we will not only continue, but intensify, our responses and actions. Our message to the Somali pirates is very clear: you come into our waters, you come to threaten us, our territory, our citizens, our livelihood, our economy – the consequences will be deadly.
eTN: Why, in your opinion, then are certain members of the naval coalition so loath to engage the ocean terrorists as decisively as you do? A few have stopped pondering and diddling about and equally started to engage them robustly, too, but generally with the vast superiority of assets and equipment, for monitoring and surveillance they have, they let the Chandlers be taken hostage standing by watching as London did not give the commander on site the approval to move in and prevent it. Doesn’t that show that the naval coalition needs to sit down and agree on a new set of robust rules of engagement, leaving the decisions to their commanders on site rather than making political decisions in the European capitals?
MINISTER MORGAN: I believe so, in fact, I have been propagating a change of the rules of engagement by the different partners in the naval coalition and amongst naval detaches directly deployed to the area to safeguard the shipping of that particular country. We must stop pondering and must move on to action. Had we done that a year ago already, I firmly believe that the Somali pirates would have seen a really strong deterrent and it would have had a big impact on the level of attacks we have seen since then. They would have known very clearly, if they take innocent people hostage at open sea, then they would face deadly consequences. The fact that this has not happened yet has been like an open door...
eTN: Has it encouraged the ocean terrorists?
MINISTER MORGAN: Of course it has, of course, it has been like an open door for them, and even if they are captured at sea, caught in a skiff, they are disarmed and put ashore in Somalia, they are back on the ocean within a week. Here in Seychelles, we have evidence that people we have captured were involved in previous hijackings, got caught and were released back to Somalia and went back out to sea again.
eTN: Uganda, where I come from, has the most troops based in Somalia under the AU’s peace keeping force, and our President has on several occasions demanded that Somalia has to be under a total sea and air blockade to have the mission succeed first before embarking on the economic reconstruction of Somalia, create jobs for young people instead of see them join Al Shabab or the pirates. Do you think a naval and air blockade would help you in your fight on the ocean when the militants and pirates are actually uprooted from their safe havens on land?
MINISTER MORGAN: We need to be smart how we tackle the problem of Somalia and the problem of piracy. It is clear that the state of anarchy in Somalia has to be brought under control, and the structures of government have to come in to stabilize the country, to have governance, to have infrastructure rebuilt to have the economy restart, create employment and opportunities, although this is a long-term process.
The immediate problem we have is dealing with terrorism from Al Shabab within Somalia and its links with Al Qaida, which have now been proven and, of course, also the problem of piracy, which in my mind is also linked to financing Al Shabab. I am convinced that one way or another the proceeds or part of the proceeds from piracy, the ransom payments, not only go to the businessmen who are behind the piracy, but they are also paying Al Shabab for various favours, for protection, for their rackets and their scams. What we need to do is to stop the flow of arms into Somalia. This is big money! Big international companies, which supposedly offer security services within Somalia are in my opinion involved in the arms trade into Somalia...
eTN: In arms trafficking?
MINISTER MORGAN: In arms trafficking, both small and big arms. I think the international community, especially the countries of the EU, the United States and other countries like Russia, for instance, need to tackle this problem, take it very seriously, as well as the UN, of course. They all need to clamp down on the supply of arms into Somalia. The second thing which needs to happen is that international institutions involved in combating financial crimes need to go after the money flow, after the people who finance piracy. Because piracy has become a business. It has become a business for people anywhere, they sit in Europe, they sit in all four corners of the globe. They are putting money into financing piracy because it provides huge returns. It is no longer just a question of pirates getting into skiffs, going on the ocean to hijack ships for ransom, it has become an "organized crime."
eTN: The capabilities exist to do this, there are global agreements to disrupt and end the financing of terrorism...
MINISTER MORGAN: Yes, this is just another face of terrorism! The money which ends up in the hands of financiers of piracy is used to traffic narcotics, to traffic arms, to traffic humans – it fuels the international terrorism process. We must not be naïve and say these are just people making money, yes, they are making money, they are profiteering from piracy, but they are using such money to pay for other things, as organized crime syndicates.
eTN: So you think those syndicates and godfathers have a clear agenda?
MINISTER MORGAN: Evidently they do, and whoever believes otherwise must be naïve!
eTN: In recent months, pirates have landed and been arrested in Tanzania and other parts of Eastern Africa, even Indian Ocean island it has been reported. Those in Tanzania were spotted and arrested as they came ashore trying to commandeer fuel and supplies. The Seychelles with 115 islands and the extensive geographical spread across the Indian Ocean is a vast area to secure. Can you assure the public that your islands are safe and you have put all measures in place to ensure no pirates are going to land on your shores, your islands, and that your own people and the tourist visitors are safe?
MINISTER MORGAN: I can assure you that our people and visitors are safe. We have in place all required plans and taken measures to effectively and efficiently tackle any attempted landing by any pirates on our inhabited islands, and even on uninhabited islands we now have measures in place to prevent such. I am not saying it is impossible, please let that be very clear, but we have done everything humanly possible to prevent such an incident from happening in the Seychelles, and we are confident we have the ability to deal with such situations.
eTN: You mentioned earlier on that you are also responsible for transport, in particular air transport. Is the government, your ministry, giving any incentives to foreign airlines like 5th freedom rights to have them come to the Seychelles, to fly more often into Mahe? Emirates are now at 12 flights a week, soon going to double daily, Qatar Airways coming daily and Etihad planning to start with 4 flights a week from November. And, of course, the inevitable question on Air Seychelles, will the airline be privatized as has long been speculated or will it for the time being remain in the hands of government as a strategic national asset..
MINISTER MORGAN: We are presently studying the issue of 5th freedom traffic, mainly because we had requests from certain airlines to be granted such rights as part of renewals of existing bilateral air service agreements. We have to look at that very, very carefully, because we cannot compromise and endanger the viability and financial ability of our national airline, Air Seychelles. We believe in fair competition here, we believe in an open air access policy here in the Seychelles, but we still have to be very careful about giving 5th freedom rights to other airlines.
Air Seychelles is our backbone, our kingpin as far as air connections are concerned for our tourism industry, so we must be careful not to put our own national airline at risk. This is why we are taking our time to comprehensively study the implications of 5th freedom rights for other airlines, for the routes they want those rights for, and I believe we are right in taking our time to look at all aspects and implications. As to Air Seychelles and privatization, at this point in time, we have no plans to privatize or divest of our national airline.
Air Seychelles, as far as government is concerned, can seek out or go into strategic partnerships with suitable other airlines, and this can involve even a strategic investment in Air Seychelles, but we have no plans to divest ourselves from our national airline. For us, Air Seychelles is so important to our economy, so we cannot say you are privatized, go fend for yourself financially, and otherwise, this is not possible. Air Seychelles is a strategic asset to us just the same way as our public utility corporation is a strategic asset which, too, we will not divest of or privatize.
eTN: How far would a "strategic investment" go, 24 percent?
MINISTER MORGAN: It would be a minority investment, of course, because government wants to maintain a majority stake in Air Seychelles for reasons of having the national interest prevail.
eTN: The Seychelles Tourist Board, after restructuring and re-organization, has put "Brand Seychelles" on the map, on the global map...
MINISTER MORGAN: Yes they have, they have done an excellent job...
eTN: Are the government’s structural changes and reforms working, and what more is needed to build the Seychelles of tomorrow, considering the example of the tourist board and the experience drawn from that major reform?
MINISTER MORGAN: I think the way for the Seychelles of tomorrow, the way President Michel has explained his vision for Seychelles in his re-election manifesto, in his program, is an expansion of economic activity in our country. Basically, Seychellois, alone or even with partners from overseas, need to become the main actors in the development or our country. Government will provide conducive policies, will facilitate through appropriate mechanisms, will act as an enhancer of what the country’s private sector is involved in, and will provide infrastructure. What we want to see, and taking the example of the tourist board, the people of Seychelles take ownership of the future development of their country, and we will be there to help, facilitate, and support, and they are doing that already in many sectors of the economy.
eTN: You talk of the President’s vision; President Michel was just re-elected for another 5-year term with a very convincing majority giving him the mandate to carry on with economic and social change. The Seychelles Tourism Academy (STA) is maybe a good example to further that thought. STA is being expanded considerably, is being given a completely new campus, to train young Seychellois to get jobs and start a career in the tourism industry. Are you planning similar initiatives for other sectors of the economy like fishing or trade to empower your young citizens, give them the skills and abilities to build a future for themselves?
MINISTER MORGAN: We are doing this with the Concessionary Credit Agency and the Development Bank of Seychelles, we are, for instance, helping the food production sector, the farmers, the fishermen, and we are doing a huge amount for the small business sector in all forms like repairs and maintenance contractors, cleaning contracts in our districts, the people involved in graphic art, music. The entire private sector’s small busineses, including catering, take aways, or the craft sector, you name it, and government is putting in place, the President and his team are putting in place the right structures and so we can tell our people about the opportunities which now exist in the private sector, here is available financing, go for it.
eTN: Minister, in closing, you have been described to me as a rising star in politics, very well respected, and one person said even admired. Is the sky the limit for you?
MINISTER MORGAN: I am a very humble person; I dedicate myself to my President and to my country. I made a decision many years back to work for my country, in all humility.
I am not ambitious in the sense that I aspire to higher political calling and office, and I would rather let my work and action speak for themselves.
Would sometime in the distant future come the possibility for higher office, I would consider that with all the humility, but what drives me is not that, I am not driven by power or an agenda of self advancement, but I am driven by an agenda to work for my country based on service. This comes from my heart.
eTN: Thank you for your time Minister, on behalf of the entire team at eTurboNews.
MINISTER MORGAN: And I thank you and eTurboNews for the support you extend to the Seychelles – it is hugely important what you put out there and has a huge readership, and it is fair and balanced in their views and presents a picture of Seychelles as it really is. I personally believe in fair and balanced reporting and for that I am very grateful indeed.

85 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone realize that Joel Morgan is ex SNP Parti Seselwa and Alain St. Ange is ex SNP Patri Seselwa?

My God, what is becoming of your guys?

Anonymous said...

They got tired waiting for power and jumped ship. What has STAR reproduced this article. Chris is not secretly in cahoots with PL as this is a lame interview and we can all read it on Eturbonews ?

Anonymous said...

Anyone in Tourism in Seychelles, knows the e turbo agent in Seychelles is Alain St. Ange, and only Mr. St. Ange could put up such a show boat effort to stroke Morgan.

It is an indication of what the future will hold for us at STB.

In his defence,St. Ange is telling everyone, he can work with everyone.


I say, let the bottom line results, tell us what St. Ange can do or cannot do.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

Anyone in Tourism in Seychelles, knows the e turbo agent in Seychelles is Alain St. Ange, and only Mr. St. Ange could put up such a show boat effort to stroke Morgan.

It is an indication of what the future will hold for us at STB.

In his defence,St. Ange is telling everyone, he can work with everyone.


I say, let the bottom line results, tell us what St. Ange can do or cannot do.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Brigitte said...

Mr Morgan's description of his role comes across as a very successful business owner who is doing very well. Everything is exciting right now and he personally loves it, "very very stimulating.." With the help of his colleagues he's made "visible difference about development.."
"so I enjoy being in the midst of it today" he says.
"where we have overcome past problems and modernized our bus fleets, added a lot more vehicles, responded to demands for new scheduled, new routes, and now offer reliable and affordable public transport to our citizens and our visitors, too."
"We will start with the island of La Digue, which we intend to remodel into an island of pure sustainable and renewable energy use. There we are looking at wind energy, solar energy for lighting and hot water production, and going further by introducing and eventually only using hybrid or electric vehicles for transportation, replacing conventional diesel and petrol engines."
And that's just the start of the interview. By the time i get to the end i'll be wondering what the hell is all the fuss about. There's no inflation whatsoever, we can subsidise petrol for our buses, we don't have to raise bus fare due to hike in oil price, what inflation, our economy is one of the best in the world.

June 15, 2011 1:00 PM

Brigitte said...

He's "added a lot more vehicles," on the road, yet he wants to talk about climate change.

Brigitte said...

"Is it a matter of national survival for the Seychelles to defeat the ocean terrorists?" interviewer.
"It is a matter of national survival for some of the key aspects of our national economy, tourism, fishing, and trade." says Mr Morgan. Correct me if i'm wrong but isn't Tourism, Fishing and "Trade" the only aspect of our economy which means the answer to the question above is Yes.

Brigitte said...

We have UAV's!!!!??

Brigitte said...

"so we can tell our people about the opportunities which now exist in the private sector, here is available financing, go for it." Mr Morgan.
I didn't realise it was that easy and the funds are so readily available.

Brigitte said...

And in conclusion:
"Would sometime in the distant future come the possibility for higher office, I would consider that with all the humility, but what drives me is not that, I am not driven by power or an agenda of self advancement, but I am driven by an agenda to work for my country based on service. This comes from my heart." Mr Morgan.
But it is, otherwise you wouldn't have even mentioned it - possiblity for higher office - you have so much responsibility right now and higher office is already coming into mind.

Anonymous said...

The pecking order has been determined. Michel -- Faure-- Meriton. After that Adam. Morgan will have to wait forever if he survives the cull of ministers that we have been promised in en nouvo Sesel. He should do like Dugasse. Jump before being pushed.

Anonymous said...

Pecking order is Danny Faure and then Meriton. But don't forget good old Barry on the sidelines. He would kill his own brother and Meriton as well to get a higher post.

Can one imagine the Faure brothers as President and VP? JJ will be long gone and we can then have the Faure Faure Spirit Foundation (FFSF) or Kat Kat Spirit Foundation to keep us entertained. I can just see the twin sisters (M&M) in their topless bikinis tanning on the State House lawn. LOL. Of course, they are already tanned and I for one wishes that these girls were young again. Oh, how I miss their lovely coco-de-mer mounds. Drool drool drool. Bave, bave, bave mon piti.

Jean-Paul Adam is a young idiot-savant who has an ego bigger than his balding head. Morgan is already a bald fool and dyeing his hair so that he can look younger for his mistress manning the buses at SPTC. Jojo threw his SNP card along with his Scotland engineering degree in the dustbin when he joined the gang and party of despots at State House, while Adam is still swimming his way to the top par fes. Good luck boys and keep dreaming.

The irony of it all is that unless those two dumb fools Adam and Morgan start plotting a coup d'etat a la Albert Rene, or downing some IDC plane full of high-level officials and their girlfriends on its way to Glenny's hideout on Desroches, they are doomed to remain white slaves in the Animal Farm Kingdom operating from State House. The slaves have mastered their masters and the tables have now turned.

The Joker

PS. Even Tretout loved those Congo-ish or cafe-au-lait looking dames in his bed every night. Vive la France. Vive la revolution.

Anonymous said...

By the way, add Alain St. Ange to the list of Congolese lover. Jojo is after the cafe-au-lait style while Adam will take anything in between as he does not get much and even from behind. Possibly, this is why these white boys are all running to State House to fulfill their boyhood desires of mastering slave girls and boys too.

Somehow I just don't understand where our sweet Lilly White Bastienne fits in. Or is she J's tasty mound of the month? After all, J is a mulatto and is somewhere in between French and Africa?

Joker II

Anonymous said...

What an ugly little bastard.

Anonymous said...

Cristopher, I'm surprised that you and your friends in SHTA continue to defend St Ange. Like a good parti lepep supporter you see no evil, think no evil. Everything is well in paradise. Yupeeeeeeeee!

Anonymous said...

Mirror mirror on the wall - who's the ugliest - Morgan or michel?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a white deformed weasel. Of course, a lying weasel.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Reply to defend St. Ange-

I do not speak for others in SHTA, but I can speak for myself.

St. Ange has compromised himself and the TRADE by being CEO of STB and endorsing any candidate in the elections: James Michel.

To be able to work with any one as he is professing, he should not have crossed that rubicon of selling out!

However, having said that, St. Anges enjoys the support of Mr. Louis D'offay, as a Trade member, that will carry the day for him for the next year.

I do not forsee any coups coming from SHTA members.Mr. D'offay is highly respected in the TRADE and he has done alot and won a lot of battles for the Trade.

I am sorry, but you have it all wrong.

I trust you will sepaarate politics from Trade affairs and not fall into the trap St. Ange has, and in the end, the TRADE will suffer greatly.

It has enough on its plate as it is.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

Morgan siad he is happy to hold several positions ,but the fact that he holds different positions allow him to disrespect rules and facilitate the practice of corruption,sell out of our patrimony and act without checks and balances.Accumulation of functions as Pp practice has one purpose allow PP members to pocket different salaries,bonuses and nothing more .

Sesel pou seselwa!

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

No Chris, I do not "have it all wrong" with regards to St. Ange. I expected the trade, in such a meeting to call him to order. Louis d'offay knows, as much as the next man that the reputation of your association and indeed STB have been compromised.Uunless you have somebody independent and with the backbone to stand up and be counted, you're going to keep having hotels being built all over the place with no proper market study and planning, you're going to have guest house licences issued to all and sundry with no proper standard control and planning, ALL FOR POLITICAL EXPEDIENCY. This is where we are and unless you guys take the bull by the horns, our tourism industry is on course for a very very rough ride. Although I agree that there should not be a "them" and "us", St Ange is like a 5th column now and he cannot be trusted ever again.

Anonymous said...

Morgan - what an ugly little bastard! Did somebody mention a girlfriend at SPTC? She must have been drunk or desperate (OR BOTH!) to sleep with the guy! God forbid they produce a child!

Anonymous said...

Pecking Order: Danny Faure, Jean-Paul Adam. You can see that the guy is being positioned to be the VP candidate. Meriton and others must be fools to believe that they have even a fighting chance.

Anonymous said...

Christopher, while I agree with you wholeheartedly that Alain enjoys the support of Louis Doffay and possibly some other members of SHTA, it still does not warrant his obvious blunder of overtly praising Michel and telling us that he wants to work with that loser for 5 more years.

Michel and Rene destroyed the tourism industry. They destroyed our society. They bankrupted the country while pillaging and filling up their pockets and that of their cronies as well. Michel has sold most of our prime beach front properties to Arabs while letting Glenny Savy sell our islands to South Africans and other foreigners. He has stopped Seychellois from developing the Victoria waterfront while trying in vain to sell the entire area to Arabs and Russians. 2020 expo was a mirage. Michel has allowed Arabs to bring in cars duty free to be used at Four Seasons and other hotels to compete against local tour operators and taxi drivers who pay high import taxes and business tax.

Together with Gilbert Pool and Mukesh Valabhji, they introduced bed tax, airport tax, gold card tax and high entrance fees to national parks. Where the money went or goes today, we still don't know except that entrance fees are l'Union Estate goes to Gregoire and Albert.

Mukesh and Albert stole Northolme Hotel, Mahe Beach, Fisherman's Cove and Barbarons Hotel after they decided to close Cosproh down. The properties then exchanged hands 3 or 4 times via British Virgin Island (BVI) companies. Where did the money go? Mauritian friends Currimjee, Mukesh's partner-in-crime who was the front for SMB during the lucrative years of monopoly now owns Barbarons. What do we, the Seychellois people own?
Francis Savy still owns Felicite and the remainder of St. Anne Island, after leasing and selling the other part to the Beachcomber and friends of his brother David for millions of dollars. Who received the money? Seychelles or Francis Savy? David Savy single-handedly backrupted Air Seychelles, adn the domestic airline is now in ruins on purpose. Note that Francis and Glenny now both owns planes and helicopters while Air seychelles is being bailed out at the tune of SR 100 million every 3 or 4 months. Coincidence my friends? Absolutely not. This is the grand master plan of Albert & Michel:

Close SMB, turn it into STC so that everyone forgets and Mukesh and Vel still run the show behind the scenes. Also, start up APEX on the side in case STC closes down or is privatized.

Bankrupt Air Seychelles and pick up the pieces and form the Savy Airlines.

Acquire Global Direct from the Arabs and then create Intelvision and a monopoly for Cable TV.

Sell all Cosproh properties to fake BVI companies belonging to themselves, then turn around and sell them to serious investors and pocket millions. Seychelles gets nothing out of those sales.

Glenny leases islands like people leases cars overseas, and makes millions while living a life of luxury.

Basically Michel, Rene, Savys, Pary Lepep controls the economy.

And St. Ange wants 5 more years of Michel so that he can also feather his own nest. A traitor is a better name for people like St. Ange, Derek Savy, Alvin Grancourt, Green and all the traitors who are thinking of only their pockets and not their country.

Anonymous said...

Ou pe dormi ek pei mon dalon.

Morgan's girlfriend at SPTC is Veronique Laporte who just had his child. Vie boyfriend Laporte Sonny Kan Island Motors pe rod Morgan pou touye. Fem Morgan yne bat Joel e boug la ti pe al touy son lekor. Piti y vilen parey Morgan mem. Kouyon y sal.

Anonymous said...

Surely you jest? LOL. Laporte and Morgan? Jesus, how desperate was she? But then, Sunny is kind of old although he is a millionaire and owns CCCL and Island Motors with Albert Rene as partner. Maybe Joel has taken the belt from Albert. Who's next? Sarah? Veronique Herminie? I'm laughing all the way to the sperm bank aka Nouvobanq.

Joker

Anonymous said...

Before the elections, St Ange was seen as the tourist trade rep to the PL government. Now he is seen as the PL rep to SHTA. That's not good for SHTA. When I saw pictures of the SHTA meeting, my initial reaction was to wonder what was the government representative doing there. Typical St Ange to try and ride two horses at the same time. Typical SHTA to allow him to do that, after all it is there to increase the profits of its members using whatever means necessary.

Anonymous said...

Reply to Feather his nest -

I agree, St. Ange, made a move to feather his nest.

Now, what do you do with him?

Louis D'offay calls the shots at SHTA and that means he controls STB indirectly.

I suggest the Trade lobby their executive members of SHTA and expres themselves and get their sentiments to Mr. D'offay's door step. He is the Chair for one more year.

As I said before, I do not forsee any grand coups in the SHTA or STB.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

You do not want to upset the cozy arrangements between SHTA and PL government. It shows you know which side your bread is buttered, although you are keen to accuse others of living on their links with PL government.

Anonymous said...

Veronik Laporte must have been desperate. Just thinking of Morgan naked gives me the creeps!

Anonymous said...

And James Michel? Lise Bastienne is getting ever closer to being our First (or rather 3rd!) Lady. Isn't she itching to take her rightful place beside her Prince Charming! Morality reigns. Long Live James Michel!

Anonymous said...

Watching the 11 SNP'S MNA in the NATIONAL ASSEMBLY last night was really terrible.Very sad for all those who voted for SNP.What the hell are they doing in the national assemble HUMILIATING by these PARTI LEPEP MNA'S even their motion was CRUCIFIED.Maybe they think they can beat the devil but they are all wrong.

Anonymous said...

Reply to "Mr. Butter Your Bread"-

You seem to think that politics and Tourism are the same thing.

They are not. They are two very different sectors of Seychelles.

One is about change for freedom and pushing an agenda forward with the support of the population.

The other is about making the economy of the country work with a particular segemt of the population, many of which are PL or neutral -conservative, in spite of who is in power, unless you want to desptroy it because of who is in power.

SHTA will decide what it wants to do, by the mandate of its membership in future. So far, I have not heard anyone complaining loud enough to make a difference.

It is up to the members to chart a course and a mode of operation of the Executive Committee.

Mr. D'offay has a two year mandate, and St. Ange aswell. Myself included. There is one more year left, to the mandate. The members will decide what they want to lead them and what kind of style they chose to face government.

Mr. D'offay has indicated that he will not run again.

I may not run again either, but for different reasons.

I personally believe the SHTA needs to be more assertive vs government, and needs to move into advocacy of Trade Rights and Protection of Trade Interests.

This includes filing legal suits vs Eden Island and Government of Seychelles when necessary to force their hand on key issues that go unresolved year after year.

It is no longer just about marketing for the SHTA.

On the home front,it has become an issue of survival of the existing hotels when 300 new guesthouses of no particular standard has been licensed under St. Ange, and Eden Island has 179 Self catered establishments, with additional 350coming.

Yet the owners do not live in Seychelles.

My bread is not buttered by SHTA-PL. I joined the SHTA by the request for Mr. D'offay after I led a crime stoppers group on Praslin which was very successful for 3 years as an individual hotel operator, independent of SHTA.

I joined to help. Government smashed this program, because it embarassed them and they are too full of pride to accept help from the private sector to reduce crime.

NDEA, Scully, Michel, and others buried the program and it is dead now. Crime rises on Praslin and Mahe, when we were actually bringing it down by 20% in one year.

It takes everyone, but it also takes good faith from everyone to improve society.

It cannot be done with people who scam, steal elections, and shoot at your truck with a 9mm because your opinion scares them.

It cannot be done with people who burn your garage down, because they want to instill fear in your heart.

It cannot be done with people who break into your office, steal your equipment, and materials, try to kill you activists, and jail some of them for no valide reason, except that they walk around with a Tee Shirt that says: "Sesel Pou Seselwa" on the back.

"Mr.Butter Your Bread"- you not only sound pathetic, I would venture to now say you sound desparate by your thoughtless analysis of the situation at SHTA and my role there.

I suggest you regroup and get a little composure.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

Eden Island and governemnt must be dealt with,for Pp governemnt has in the past years not only favored Eden but also injected millions of tax payers money in this sham project which supposed to be by a private enterprise.There is also of issues of concern when it comes to Eden island namely how our resident permits are being issued to those so called potential foreign residents.are they for example cgoing to autopmatically issues our passport after five years ?etc etc.. PP must be stop now.

Jeanne DÀrc

Anonymous said...

Chris, here we come back to the same issue. Your man vis a vis government is St Ange. He should have voiced concerns abourt Eden Island as well as the unscrupulous issue of guest house licences. But now it's clear that as he was in James' pocket and was working for his re election, he could not do it. Let's admit it, the giving out of guest house licence to one and all was a political ploy. If you now tell me it was not, pleasse explain to me, in as clear an english as you can, how this has benefitted the tourism industry. In my view, there were already too many cowboys operating guest house already. Guest houses that have been doing the trade an the destination a lot of harm. They should have been told to buckle up or close. For short-term political gain, government instead decides to open it up even wider.

Anonymous said...

Reply to Mr. Bread and Butter-

There you go again, in desperation, you try to pin something on me that is not my doing.

No problem, I know SNP's style and tactics, so I will take it step by step.

Alain St. Ange is not my son. My son's name is Christian Gill. He is Ten (10) years old, and very ver smart. He plays the guitar and reads as much as 10 books a week. He does Publisher, Power point, Word and Excel at the flip of a switch. I wish him the best of luck in life and Christain has my devoted support to death, may I step in front of him to catch a bullet if ever, one goes in his direction.

Alain St. Ange- is his own man. He is not my man to laise with Government. He is not my son. He is much older then me.

SHTA under the leadership of an executive committee and a Chairman, deals with government as they choose. It is up to them to decide in what context they will now deal with St. Ange, if any.

I personally believe he should resign from SHTA since he no longer in a position wherein he can represent the TRADE at that level. He has displayed dubious political colors, that create an obvious conflict of interest at best.

I personally will not defer to St. Ange again on any key issues. His opinion will not wiegh in much.

I have been fighting tooth and nail on the Eden Island issue in the Trade, but I cannot win this fight alone without full executive committee support and support from the TRADE.

Eden Island will destroy Tourism in Seychelles, wherein Seychellois have a valid role to play in the Industry.

As I said, there are no apparent coups in play at the SHTA.

I suggest that all members that want a more vocal SHTA to persue the matter by standing up and be heard, make your voices reach every corner.

This is your country, your Tourism Industry. If you want to keep both, you will have to stand up and fight for it, because James Michel will give it away while you sleep and expect someone else to defend it.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

Reply to Mr. Bread and Butter-

There you go again, in desperation, you try to pin something on me that is not my doing.

No problem, I know SNP's style and tactics, so I will take it step by step.

Alain St. Ange is not my son. My son's name is Christian Gill. He is Ten (10) years old, and very ver smart. He plays the guitar and reads as much as 10 books a week. He does Publisher, Power point, Word and Excel at the flip of a switch. I wish him the best of luck in life and Christain has my devoted support to death, may I step in front of him to catch a bullet if ever, one goes in his direction.

Alain St. Ange- is his own man. He is not my man to laise with Government. He is not my son. He is much older then me.

SHTA under the leadership of an executive committee and a Chairman, deals with government as they choose. It is up to them to decide in what context they will now deal with St. Ange, if any.

I personally believe he should resign from SHTA since he no longer in a position wherein he can represent the TRADE at that level. He has displayed dubious political colors, that create an obvious conflict of interest at best.

I personally will not defer to St. Ange again on any key issues. His opinion will not wiegh in much.

I have been fighting tooth and nail on the Eden Island issue in the Trade, but I cannot win this fight alone without full executive committee support and support from the TRADE.

Eden Island will destroy Tourism in Seychelles, wherein Seychellois have a valid role to play in the Industry.

As I said, there are no apparent coups in play at the SHTA.

I suggest that all members that want a more vocal SHTA to persue the matter by standing up and be heard, make your voices reach every corner.

This is your country, your Tourism Industry. If you want to keep both, you will have to stand up and fight for it, because James Michel will give it away while you sleep and expect someone else to defend it.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill

Anonymous said...

Eden isaland is already destryong our toursm industry as those five stars establishment are doing.These knids of practices have devasting consequences not only on our toursim industry but environemnt"refer to photo above" wtaer problem due to the many hundreds of litres of waters being used to fill swimmingpool while there is no clients to used them the same case goes to elctricity supply,foreigner exchange due to foreign exchange leakage,cheap foreign labor making our own people unemployed thus contribute to the degradation of our people standard of living.

Seychelles tourisn industry should be promoting small ,medium and sustainable tourism industry like guest houses,smaller hotels.Do we need five star hotels YES,but not that lot and not big.For big hotels not only destroy our the tourism industry in regards ot smaller and Seychellois own hotels but many other busineeses like boat charters,water sports etc becuase in those big hotels all are inclusive and full board ,guests come all have been paid aborad and money banked abroad and once they here they just not spent a cent more.they come here use and aubse the beuaty of our country while we do not gain anything from it than environment destruction,increase of wastage,increas in water,polution etc and etc.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

We jus tired to view the SBC YouTube 18/6/11 it is a mess - in good English they are winding up the greater public.

We kindly ask President JA Michel, all the top Miitary and others before you start using EU Tax Payers money to teach the young army and civil servants about democracy and how it works - the requirement that the very basic works in Sechelles Seychelles.

Then you can cheers yourself to cocktail etc.

Anonymous said...

Imf is back and we are concwerned.

Our concern is of the legitimacy that IMF gives to the Pp autocratic regime.The autocrate ruler to whom you lent your undivided attention and support is the same person who has inflicted untold brutality and pain on his citizen and other abuses.You will agree with us that there are real consequences when internationally known organisation with power and influence provided legitimacy to a dictator such as Michel the butcher.On the ground,the lives of ordinary Seychellois who are denied livelihoods,suffer from unemployment and face the indignities of living under a repressive regime and your delight in finding an African autocrate who is happy to play the African robin to your batman.We regret to say that,you gaving an autocrate the benefits of your global status as a leading "economist" that he is not.He has used this to polish his international image.The cost to the Seychellois people has been high.Fair minded leaders and ordinary Seychellois,find this kind of affinity with PP autocratic regime regretable and unbecoming of leading economist like you Mr Jean Le Dem.We find your actions utterly irresponsible and intellectually dishnoest.How do you reconcile your assessments and conclusions with other experts such as Human rights watch,transparency interantional and others.?

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