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Texte : « SICOM : 76% des employés disent « oui » à un syndicat. » (« Le Défi Quotidien », du mardi 20 mai 2014).
Texte : « L’ERT renverse la décision de la CCM (Conseil de Conciliation et de Médiation) » (Le Matinal du  31 mai 2014)
Friday, 16 May 2014 07:00

« A political conundrum »

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The political pot is back in ebullition and no doubt there are plenty of volunteers prepared to stoke the fire in the hope of cashing in come general elections time. In Mauritius, you have two types of politicians, those with sound political ideologies and convictions, always willing to do the best for their country and those whose only objective is either to line their pockets or enjoy the tapestry that goes with power and at times both.
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 07:00

Fermetures d’opérateurs économiques inclus des PME

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Texte : Ils ont dû mettre la clé sous le paillasson (LE DÉFI, 19.4.14)
Commentaires : Pourquoi ? Quelques raisons avancées, dont la concurrence déloyale de marchands ambulants qui ne payent pas de patentes, ou encore le prix exorbitant des loyers.
Texte : Affaire Dharmanand Dhooharika. Le délit de « scandaliser une Cour de justice » doit-il être aboli ? (Le Défi Plus du 19 avril 2014, page 23)
Those who are against ethnic recognition are often described as racists. The fact that a census includes ethnicity and religion does not make it ‘communal’.
Sunday, 13 April 2014 12:05

Vehicles on our roads

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According to the National Transport Authority (NTA), there have been 400 000 vehicles on our roads since 2012. Over 20 000 vehicles have been sold in Mauritius between 2011 and  2012. This is quite a high figure and has to be restricted. From December 2013, the NTA has registered an extra amount of 21 569 vehicles on top of the 400 000 vehicles, which represent a rise of 5.1%
Dans un précédent article, je souhaitais que l’on fasse une réforme électorale, non dans l’intérêt des partis politiques mais pour les générations nouvelles et futures  de notre pays. 
Further to a press article published on 6 March where the DPP express his opinion on how to stop domestic violence, SOS PAPA, an NGO fighting for the protection of rights of fathers and children and promoting family values, congratulates you for the launching of this long-needed debate on this critical issue and again the creation of your blog is most welcome and this should be extended to the whole public sector. But on the other hand, we do not agree on several issues you raised.
A reply to Ashok Subron
According to Ashok Subron of Rezistans ek Alternativ, the « way of life » with respect to the Best Loser  System enshrined in the Mauritian Constitution has to do with his toothbrush and toothpaste and  with his toilet.
Texte : Quand le « backing » (politique, familial, amical…) permet d’obtenir un job (Christina Vilbrin, « Le Défi », 15 mars 2014)
Me Yousuf Mohamed makes the compelling case that « Seul un député musulman peut réellement défendre sa communauté. Idem pour les autres minorités ». The Citizen of Mauritius does not exist in a vacuum. Défimedia.info of 09 March 2014 carries the headlines : « L’ethnicité et les élections », followed by a feature « Réforme électorale : L’affrontement Alan Ganoo-Yousuf Mohamed » on 10 March 2014. Both reports address electoral reform at the heart of which is the Best Loser (Minority Protection) System.
Sunday, 16 March 2014 08:29


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It’s been 46 years since we got our sovereignty from the British colony and hence, it is indeed a very special day whereby every Mauritian feels unconditional patriotic zeal for his/her motherland.