28 November 2014
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Ahmad Macky

Ahmad Macky

Sunday, 23 November 2014 07:00

More women in politics

We need to reflect on certain jobs which keep women shy away due to certain complexes. Why is it that many women refrain to take an active part in politics?
Sunday, 16 November 2014 07:00

World Bank and Mauritius

The World Bank position announced recently that it just would not do to “leave-everything-to-the-private-sector” in developing countries. This should be considered a timely eye-opener by particularly Third World governments such as Mauritius.
Sunday, 09 November 2014 07:00

Combating HIV-AIDS

From 2008 to 2012, the Ministry of Health has registered some 643 HIV seropositive cases annually. Last year, the number has come down by more than 150, making it a total of 493 cases. Today, Mauritius finds itself with 5 433 people living with HIV/AIDS, from which 1 114 women.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 07:00

Shortage by 2016 ?

With the constant growing and demand in energy, the rate of production will be increased from now on to 2016. One has got to decide, and decide quickly.
Sunday, 19 October 2014 07:00

Postmortem

Any political observer will be astounded to note that at Vacoas, the MSM-PMSD-ML Alliance (aka l’Alliance Lepep) has pulled an interesting crowd. Its sympathisers would say about roughly the same amount and density which the PTr-MMM alliance has gathered at Quatre-Bornes.
Sunday, 12 October 2014 07:30

Sithanen’s legacy and heritage

The return of Rama Sithanen on the political scene leaves a very bad taste in the mouth of the majority of the electorate in this country. As we understand, Mr Sithanen has already joined the Labour party of Ramgoolam and in case of a victory of the PTR-MMM, Sithanen will be given the portfolio of Finance Minister.
Sunday, 05 October 2014 07:00

Is Mauritius ripe for a second Republic ?

If Bérenger becomes Prime Minister for five years and Ramgoolam President of the second Republic for seven years, we shall be definitely be in the full blast of dictatorship. Our country will be worse than Zimbabwe. This would be a great miscalculation and mistakes of voters to contemplate having Mauritius as second republic. So is that what we, as population of this country, want for our families and country?
Sunday, 28 September 2014 07:00

Economic independence

Today our people’s political consciousness has risen to new heights and revolutionary movements which are surging forward as never before.
Sunday, 21 September 2014 07:00

Capitalist development in Mauritius

Mauritius can never be like Singapore as long as we have a system of communalism and nepotism within our administration. In Singapore, we have development that benefited the masses, whereas in Mauritius we have a capitalist system of development. Our country is divided into the very rich and the very poor and such gap is getting bigger day by day.
Sunday, 14 September 2014 07:00

Patient’s rights

In Mauritius, health care has always been considered as almost a fundamental right of the people. This is the reason why it has been provided free by the State.
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