19 December 2014
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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Friday, 26 September 2014 08:15

It is all about ruling and reigning

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The electoral campaign has already kicked off although the date for the general elections has not been announced yet. Neither has the National Assembly been dissolved, nor have the writs for general elections been issued. Yet the electoral fever is already catching on fast.
Friday, 26 September 2014 08:05

Dear Shakespeare : Whose fault ?

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My dear Billy,
Have you noticed the wave of suicides that is sweeping among our young people? One of the latest cases is that of the 12-year old Mahima Joory, and like all those before it, this one has been one case too many. This ex-student of the Hindu Girls College in Curepipe has entangled herself in a reported theft of a cellular phone belonging to one of her classmates.
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 09:00

Adequate regulation

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One of the main objectives of central banks is to ensure solvency and stability of the financial sector. The latest Financial Stability Report of the Bank of Mauritius (BoM) stated that in Mauritius, “the banking sector was resilient, well-capitalised and generally profitable during the year ending March 2014”, and “overall, the financial system is assessed to be sound and resilient.”
L’accord électoral paraphé par les deux leaders de l’alliance PTr-MMM et rendu public samedi permet de voir plus clair dans leurs intentions.
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:44

Labour-MMM Alliance : of dreams and nightmares

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In spite of all the scepticism expressed here and there, the Labour-MMM alliance is a reality on paper. The question arising is how it will sail through, in case of victory, a second Republic, the justification of the alliance, whose contours remain unclear, if not controversial.
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:40

Gatherings and departures

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The “family gathering” organised jointly by the Mauritius Labour Party and the Mouvement Militant Mauricien at the Hennessy Park Hotel in Ebène on Wednesday evening turned into a slapstick comedy when yesterday’s political archrivals started shaking each other’s hands and even kissing each other.
My dear Billy,
The world celebrated Democracy Day early this week. Democracy is a well-intentioned concept which constantly comes out through politicians’ mouths.
Sunday, 14 September 2014 08:00

« Ave César »

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« Ave Navin » ! Le leader du PTr se taille la part du lion dans le partage des pouvoirs sous une éventuelle deuxième République, quoi qu’en dise son « camarade » mauve.
Sunday, 14 September 2014 07:38

Alliance PTr-MMM : entre rêve et cauchemar

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Envers et contre tous les scepticismes exprimés ici et ailleurs, l’alliance PTr-MMM est une réalité sur papier. Reste à savoir comment elle va s’articuler, en cas de victoire, à travers une deuxième République, la pièce justificative de l’alliance, dont les contours restent flous, sinon controversables.
Sunday, 14 September 2014 06:55

Recul de la démocratie

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Si, en 2002, la France a délaissé le septennat au profit du quinquennat, c'est dans le but évident de consolider les assises de la démocratie dans son système de gouvernance.
Sous la Deuxième République, l’île Maurice aura droit à un Premier ministre chef d’orchestre, comme annoncé mardi par le leader du MMM, Paul Bérenger. Et non un Premier ministre marionnette – c’est en tout cas l’impression qui s’est dégagée de la conférence de presse tenue conjointement par Navin Ramgoolam et Paul Bérenger, à Clarisse House, samedi.
Friday, 12 September 2014 11:36

Opposite effects

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The joint press conference of the Prime Minister and Leader of the Mauritius Labour Party Dr Navin Ramgoolam and the Leader of the Opposition and of the MMM Mr Paul Bérenger on their electoral alliance at the Clarisse House, on Saturday morning, did not have the desired effect. In fact, some of the announcements made by the two leaders had an opposite effect and created an uproar in several quarters.