The Minister of Fisheries i Namibia delegated his deputy to allocate fishing quota as he was in Iceland. What does administrative justice say in this instance with examples from case law aswell?
Former Namibian Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernhard Esau, was arrested following allegations of corruption and money laundering in the Namibian fishing industry. During his time as the minister of fisheries and marine resources, Esau developed close ties with Samherji, allocating it a significant portion of Namibia’s fishing quota. Esau is said to have been working together with the former minister of justice, Sacky Shangala, former chairman of the state-owned fishing company, James Hatuikulipi, and his son-in-law, Tamson Hatuikulipi but after the release of the archive, Esau and Shangala resigned from their positions as ministers. According to 191113161947877 case the two were accused of receiving bribes in return for giving Samherji, one of Iceland’s largest fishing companies, preferential access to Namibia‘s rich fishing grounds.