On the first one, he's alright. Demand averages about 85/day (when I checked several times, your guys still aren't great at estimating demand as noted on your chart), meaning he can supply about 170/day, and he's doing about 165 so he's fine.
On the second he's slightly over, but hardly something sami's gonna do a whole lot about. Demand is 196/day on average (average of 3 checks), meaning he's limited to supplying 392 seats/day and he's actually supplying 415/day, a difference of about 5%. Sami's not gonna make a guy do much about 205% instead of 200%.
The rule was created to prevent people from doing several thousand percent, as used to be the case. The spirit is to truly keep people from flooding a route and to protect people from gross abuse by others, not to force people to reconfigure their aircraft so they can eek just below the 200% mark. If they guy removed a few seats a day to comply, you wouldn't notice it one bit.
In your first post, you described a scenario that was grossly breaking the rules -- if they guy was doing 350% of demand on a route, sami would eventually close the route after providing the player with time to comply themselves. In these ones you posted however, he's not. He's skating right on the line, so he clearly knows what he's doing. It's unfortunate for you, there's little you can do as a young airline against it, but it does comply with the rules and I absolutely do not seem them changing.