Posted: Friday, April 5, 2019. 9:57 am CST.ong>
By Aaron Humes: Disappointed though he may be, Attorney General (A.G.) Michael Peyrefitte, who was on-hand for the ruling, also weighed in on the outcome on Wednesday afternoon.
He endorsed the appeal forms immediately following the decision and is anticipating a response from the appellate jurisdiction. The granting of an interim injunction, he says, is disappointing.
While not commenting on the details as per his personal policy, the A.G. said it would be up to the Opposition to explain any delay to the referendum.
“The People‘s United Party (P.U.P.) would have to explain that to the people.
They decided to challenge the holding of the referendum on April tenth. If it gets delayed because of this years and years to come then that‘s a question for the P.U.P.”
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