26 April 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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M Rafic Soormally

M Rafic Soormally

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By revoking the licence of Bramer Banking Corporation Ltd and by forcing it, as well as its sister company BAI (British American Insurance) into administration, allegedly in the « public interest », the government (in conjunction with the BoM and the FSC) created panic amongst the bank’s customers and the insurance company’s Policy Holders and then plays the good guy by promising them that their money is safe and that they will not lose a penny. Even though Dawood Rawat, the owner of Bramer and BAI, has for many years been one of former PM Ramgoolam’s protégés, the government decision should be contested in a court of law all the way to the Privy Council, if necessary.
By revoking the licence of Bramer Banking Corporation Ltd and by forcing it, as well as its sister company BAI (British American Insurance) into administration, allegedly in the « public interest », the government (in conjunction with the BoM and the FSC) created panic amongst the bank's customers and the insurance company's investors and then plays the good guy by promising them that their money is safe and that they will not lose a penny. Even though Dawood Rawat, the owner of Bramer and BAI, has for many years been one of former PM Ramgoolam's “protégés”, the government decision should be contested in a court of law all the way to the Privy Council, if necessary.
The association between Anil Gayan and ‘political activist’ Vijaya Sumputh, albeit in business (ref. Southall Company Ltd and Lex Advoc Associates Company Ltd), is not in dispute.
Circumscribing police scrutiny and investigations into the six mobile phones seized by Police in the office of prime suspect Navin Ramgooloam is like circumscribing press reports, analyses and opinions as a preventative measure based on mere allegations of what could happen, if.
Nandanee Soornack left Mauritius on 11 December 2014, the day after the general elections when it was known that Navin Ramgoolam and his alliance had lost badly and SAJ’s Alliance Lepep had swept to power based on one of the promises, to cleanse the system from the rot of Ramgoolam and of corruption.
« Nous avons un mandat clair pour nettoyer le pays, mais nous ne pouvons le faire seul. Nous sommes en guerre contre un système mafieux », says Sudarshan (Roshi) Bhadain, Minister of Financial Services, Good Governance and Institutional Reforms.
Friday, 09 January 2015 14:00

Equanimity of Rundheersing Bheenick

If anyone is to blame for the fate of Rundheersing Bheenick (also called Manou Bheenick), former Governor of the Bank of Mauritius, it can be none other than former PM Navinchandra Ramgoolam who, at the 10 December 2014 general elections, the people threw out of office because of his incompetence and thirst for power in a planned elective dictatorship with the then opposition leader Paul Bérenger, who abdicated his role under the nose of the President Kailash Purryag who allegedly found no « valid reason » to revoke him.
Thursday, 25 December 2014 14:00

Should President Rajkeswur Purryag resign?

Former member of the Parti Travailliste (PTr) and former Speaker Rajkeswur Purryag (known as Kailash Purryag) was nominated President by former PM Navinchandra Ramgoolam and confirmed by Parliament in July 2012.
Friday, 19 December 2014 14:00

Congratulations to SAJ and to Mauritians

Even though, by and large, former PM Navin Ramgoolam and his ally Paul Bérenger in their Labour-MMM alliance copied chunks from the MSM-PMSD-ML manifesto and, were it merely for electoral promises, both alliances should have fared equally at the 10th December 2014 general elections. The manner in which the 75% turnout (or thereabout) of voters cast their votes indicates that Mauritians generally could not stand the shenanigans, the arrogance, the incompetence of both Ramgoolam and Bérenger and their sheer hunger for power through elective dictatorship.
Even though, by and large, former PM Navin Ramgoolam and his ally Paul Bérenger in their PTr-MMM alliance copied chunks from the MSM-PMSD-ML manifesto and, were it merely for electoral promises, both alliances should have fared equally at the 10th December 2014 general elections, the manner in which the 75% turnout (or thereabout) of voters cast their votes indicates that Mauritians generally could not stand the shenanigans, the arrogance, the incompetence of both Ramgoolam and Bérenger and their sheer hunger for power through elective dictatorship.
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