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Wednesday, 13 November 2013 07:00

Le vivier politique en danger

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Texte : « Enquête de Transparency Mauritius : Un jeune sur trois est corruptible. » (Le Défi-Plus, 2.11.13).
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 07:00

Drames humains

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Contexte : Un cuisinier chinois égorgé à la rue Barbeau, Port-Louis. À la une de tous les journaux.
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 07:00

Democracy and other people’s privacy

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Texts: USA’s NSA spying on people’s emails, telephone conversations and whereabouts, including those of 34 Heads of States (all the world media, all local media now for two weeks running).
Friday, 01 November 2013 08:00

Inhumanité et torture

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Au Kenya, “16 year old Liz was walking home from her grandfather’s funeral, when she was ambushed by six men, who took turns raping her and then threw her unconscious body down a 6-meter toilet pit. Their punishment?  Police had them mow their station lawn, then let them go free!”  (source internet)
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 09:00

A personal view on local politics

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Politics is and continue to be a fascinating topic for its newsworthiness and unpredictability. This is despite the fact that reams of paper has been used by journalists all over the world to try to unravel the mysteries that surround the subject. It is a theme that remains intriguing and shrouded in secrecy at times. It can offer twists and turns worthy of an Agatha Christie thriller.
Friday, 25 October 2013 07:30

Nation building – Shame on…

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The USA for its inability to vote a simple yearly budget, resulting in government shutdown for 16 long days. Internal negative effects aside, this shutdown affected the dollar, showing the irresponsibility of the US Legislators, when we know that over 60% of the world trade is done, using the greenback!
Dear Mr. Mohamed,
Project proposal for the production of electricity using municipal solid waste through pyrolysis process
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 09:00

Egypt, what have you done !

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It is a question that seems to be on everyone's mind these days. The answer is quite simple really, but in order to fully understand what happened in that part of the world; why don't you put politics and diplomacy aside for a moment and try to put yourself in the shoes of an Egyptian citizen for a while. Imagine yourself living in Egypt for a few days; here is what you will see:
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 07:00

La réforme électorale

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C’est devenu un feuilleton à multiples épisodes. On a l’impression que cela a commencé depuis des lustres et la fin semble être toujours loin à l’horizon.
Friday, 30 August 2013 08:00

Who is in charge ?

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Contexte : L’enseignement tertiaire dans la tourmente. Titre de plusieurs journaux.
Commentaire : Ce qui se passe, dans l’éducation ter­tiaire, est très grave. La presse a pleinement raison de consacrer plusieurs articles à ce sujet. Nous n’allons pas les énumérer ici. Nous voulons, plutôt, nous concentrer sur l’institution régulatrice et le rôle du gouvernement, face à une situation, qui ne cesse de dégénérer et qui prend l’allure d’une crise.
Textes : Les articles de journaux, rendant compte des premières indications, d’un possible rapport policier, sur l’accident d’autobus (CNT) de Sorèze, indications pouvant incriminer un chauffeur décédé et un receveur d’autobus blessé.
Friday, 09 August 2013 09:00

Everything is not rotten in the Kingdom of Mauritius

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Un journaliste disait récemment que notre Premier ministre fait, de temps en temps, une crise de progressisme. Nous en avons été témoins, la semaine dernière, sur le dossier Chagos.

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