18 April 2014
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Sunil Gopal

Sunil Gopal

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The debates on electoral reforms are going full throttle ever since the Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam presented the Consultation Paper on Electoral Reforms some two weeks ago. Interestingly enough, the threshold of 10% for proportional representation and financing of political parties have taken centre stage.
Friday, 04 April 2014 07:45

Why move so fast on electoral reforms?

The leader of the Opposition and of the Mouvement Militant Mauricien (MMM), Mr. Paul Bérenger, has been upping the drama sketches by insisting that the Consultation Paper on Electoral Reforms is a step forward, while insisting that a new alliance between his party and the Mauritius Labour Party is ruled out.
Depuis quelque temps, on aura noté un nouveau phénomène dans les collèges d’État : certains élèves n’ont plus de salles de classe fixes. Si dans certains établissements, cela ne concerne que les “grandes” classes, de Forms V et VI, dans d’autres, la mesure s’étend aux étudiants de Form I, ce qui n’est guère du goût des parents.
La mise sur nos routes d’un nouvel autobus flambant neuf par la Corporation Nationale de Transport (CNT), le 11 mars dernier, a pris les allures d’un événement hautement symbolique.
Atmaramsing Nowrung est un homme désemparé. Un banal incident qui s’est produit en 1994 a eu une série de répercussions sur sa vie. Aujourd’hui âgé de 75 ans, cet habitant de Mare d’Albert garde toujours l’espoir d’obtenir justice et d’être dédommagé pour les préjudices qu’il a subis. Récit.
Friday, 28 March 2014 07:45

Shared preference

The Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam has very ably played the card of electoral reform. The timing for the presentation of the Consultation Paper was perfect and the dosage of the reform so well calculated that the Opposition is enthused over the document.  
Louis Philippe Lavictoire, un ancien enseignant de 73 ans, se trouve dans une situation fort délicate ces jours-ci. Il cherche désespérément une chambre à louer dans une des localités suivantes : Rose-Hill, Pamplemousses ou Calebasses. Il affirme pouvoir débourser entre Rs 2 000 à Rs 3 000 pour le loyer.
The coming days will even more eventful on the political front, as the National Assembly resumes on Tuesday. The Opposition is already girding up its loin in a bid to corner the ruling Labour/ PMSD government.  Meanwhile the White Paper on electoral reforms is still pending although the Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam thrice stated publicly that it will be published before Parliament reopens.
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Friday, 14 March 2014 08:57

A promise to the Nation

So electoral reform is back on the cards. There could be no better opportunity than the message on the occasion of the National Day for the Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam to once more mention about electoral reform.
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