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Tuesday, 30 December 2014 09:33

No Place for Ramgoolam and Bérenger

The December 10th elections resulted in a series of setbacks, humiliation and lesson learning for the Ptr/MMM alliance in general and for its two leaders in particular with Ramgoolam losing his long held seat at No 5 and Bérenger almost losing his equally long held seat at No 19.
Published in Blog
Even though, by and large, former PM Navin Ramgoolam and his ally Paul Bérenger in their PTr-MMM alliance copied chunks from the MSM-PMSD-ML manifesto and, were it merely for electoral promises, both alliances should have fared equally at the 10th December 2014 general elections, the manner in which the 75% turnout (or thereabout) of voters cast their votes indicates that Mauritians generally could not stand the shenanigans, the arrogance, the incompetence of both Ramgoolam and Bérenger and their sheer hunger for power through elective dictatorship.
Published in Blog
Les leaders des deux principaux blocs politiques se disent confiants en la victoire. Le leader du MMM Paul Bérenger et de l’alliance Lepep ont accompli leur devoir civique dans la matinée mercredi 10 décembre au Dr Maurice Curé SSS et à l’école Madhoo Gopaul respectivement. Le leader MSM Pravind Jugnauth a voté lui en fin de matinée. Quant au Premier ministre sortant et leader du PTr Navin Ramgoolam, il a accompli son devoir civique à 14 h 30 au Dr Maurice Curé SSS à Vacoas.
Published in Live News
La révélation de Navin Ramgoolam concernant la façon dont il a cassé le remake 2000 apporte de l’eau au moulin de l’alliance Lepep et les leaders en ont profité pour émettre des critiques vendredi soir 5 décembre en meeting à la place Edouard VII à Rose-Hill au no 19.
Published in Live News
Le Premier ministre et leader de l’alliance PTr-MMM Navin Ramgoolam n’a pas été tendre envers le MSM ; promettant que « tant que je serais leader du PTr, je ne ferais plus jamais alliance avec le MSM ». C’était samedi 18 octobre au Mohit Hall à Saint-Pierre.
Published in Live News
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?
Published in Point de Vue
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Ramgoolam expands DTA networks

To make Mauritius a premier financial hub for Africa and promote greater cross-border investment and trade, the government is expanding its network of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements and Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements.
Published in News
Le leader du Mouvement démocratique national (MDN) Raj Dayal, en conférence de presse jeudi 11 septembre, se dit « ouvert à toute » coalition contre l’alliance PTr-MMM. Si cela n’aboutit pas, son parti alignera des candidats dans toutes les circonscriptions aux prochaines élections.
Published in Live News
Deuxième jour des négociations non-abouties mercredi 10 septembre entre le MSM de Pravind Jugnauth, le PMSD de Xavier-Luc Duval et le Muvman Liberater d’Ivan Collendavelloo ; la répartition des 60 investitures se dresse comme l’unique point d’achoppement.
Published in Live News
Dan Maraye, observer of Mauritian politics, in an interview with News on Sunday, this week, brings new light to the current political debate. 
Published in Interview
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