02 March 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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Sunday, 15 February 2015 08:15

Grandeur et décadence

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Les événements de ces derniers jours ne font que renforcer la perception que l'égalité devant le droit est une règle qui ne compte que des exceptions.
Friday, 13 February 2015 09:53

The lion, the siren and the safes

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The images of the bundles of notes pouring out from one of the safes of Dr. Navin Ramgoolam, as shown on MBC/ TV, were almost unreal and will certainly make a mark on everyone’s minds (and eyes). The other image that is bound to make a lasting impression is that of Dr Ramgoolam with his messed up shirt being taken way by the police from his secondary residence of Desforges Street (incidentally renamed Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Street) amidst a hostile crowd.
Monday, 09 February 2015 10:37

Les dernières 48 heures

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Quand on pense que l'ex-PM mauricien voulait devenir Président de la République pour une durée de 7 ans, avec pleins pouvoirs dont certains carrément dictatoriaux, et une immunité totale...
Les élections générales sont derrière nous. Un nouveau gouvernement a été constitué, mais la parité continue à poser problème puisque nous avons reculé en termes de représentation féminine au Parlement.
Sunday, 08 February 2015 07:30

De l’intention à l’action

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Pour contrer le concept de 2e République de la partie adverse lors de la campagne de décembre dernier, l’Alliance Lepep avait proposé un 2e miracle économique fondé sur « la création de nouveaux piliers de développement ».
Friday, 06 February 2015 08:28

Major clean-up on all fronts

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The Government seems determined to straighten matters out regarding several issues, namely the contract between Betamax and the State Trading Corporation (STC), the cracks on the Terre Rouge/ Verdun Road, and the allocation of State lands to individuals, socio-cultural organisations and companies, to name a few.  
My dear Billy,
The other day I told you that there were many people in the world who allowed their existence to become a long stretch of gnawing routine which ended only on the day of their death, or D-day. Such people are never known to take a holiday.
Thursday, 05 February 2015 07:53

Wither-Whither Mauritius

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During 2014 when both Two-Headed and Jump-On-Bandwagon alliances were taking shape; when election campaigns were roaring; and now that a new government is in place, one thing that strikes anybody of average intelligence is that old and new heroes have carefully avoided and are nonchalantly avoiding issues such as global warming, climate change, food security, sustainable development, gender equality, renewable sources of energy, serious flaws in the education system, the need to fight greed and selfishness and build an economy based on solidarity and sharing. Why is that so? The answer is not too difficult to find although vested interests are very active to blind us to reality. Don’t we regularly read and hear that:
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 09:05

Miracle socialiste ?

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Le discours-programme 2015-2019 séduit par l’ambition du nouveau gouvernement d’approfondir la démocratie mauricienne. Les droits individuels seront davantage renforcés, la liberté de l’information sera étendue et protégée, la fraude, la corruption et l’abus de fonds publics ne resteront pas impunis, et l’outil référendaire sera utilisé pour des changements constitutionnels.
L’abolition du Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) dans le sillage de l’introduction du ‘9-Year Schooling’ est maintenant officialisée dans le discours-programme du gouvernement dirigé par le Premier Ministre, sir Anerood Jugnauth. Ces examens seront remplacés par un « end of primary cycle assessment », dont le modus operandi  conduit sera probablement travaillé et rendu public dans les semaines voire des mois qui viennent.
Low oil prices, higher dollar and a fierce fight against graft could secure SAJ another economic miracle that Mauritius badly need, but a daunting task lay ahead of the Mauritius government!
Friday, 30 January 2015 08:26

The Politics of Change

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The highlight of this week is undoubtedly the presentation of the Government Programme 2015-2019. The address of the President of the Republic Mr. Kailash Purryag was much-awaited as it would spell out the intentions of the new government on a wide array of sectors.   
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