31 August 2014
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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English educator Brinda Hurnauth has been selected for the prestigious Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, a one-year exchange program funded by the U.S. Department of State. She departed for the U.S. during the week to attend Pennsylvania State University where her field of study will be “Teaching English as a Foreign Language”.
Dead bodies, ethics, politics and legal mishaps made a strange mix during Tuesday’s parliamentary session, all said and done in a cool atmosphere, surely because the subject on the agenda of the Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition was more a matter of respect rather than that of marking points to gain political mileage.
The Second Session of the Fifth National Assembly was held on Tuesday 8 April 2014 with Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo in the Chair.
Friday, 29 November 2013 14:02

Budget : summing up Settling political scores Featured

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This week session of the National Assembly was marked by the partial absence of the MMM/MSM Opposition. In fact members of both parties were absent during the speeches of Dr Beebeejaun, Deputy prime minister and Dr Navin Ramgoolam, Prime Minister, but came back when the Minister of Finance was summing up debates on the Approriation Bill.
The National Assembly met on Tuesday 12 November at 11.30hrs with Honourable Speaker Razack Peeroo in the chair. The Order paper included the Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition, Questions to the Prime Minister, the third reading of the Supplementary Appropriation (2012) Bill and resumption of debates on the Appropriation (2014) Bill.
Friday, 25 October 2013 09:00

Civilities and the Constitution

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The Second session of the fifth National Assembly resumed its activities on Tuesday 22 October with the Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo, in the chair.
Friday, 02 August 2013 09:00

Absence of Bérenger deeply felt

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Parliament ended its summer session on Wednesday 24 July after the speeches of ten members on the Criminal Appeal (Amendment) Bill which was voted late at night.
The National Assembly met on Tuesday 16 July with Honourable Razack Peeroo in the chair. The Order Paper included a Private Notice Question from the Leader of the Opposition, Questions to the Prime Minister, Questions to Ministers and two Bills- the Immigration(Amendment) Bill for a first reading and the Criminal Appeal (Amendment) Bill for a second reading.
The National Assembly met on Tuesday with Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo, in the chair. The Order Paper included the Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition, Questions to Ministers and One Bill- The National Identity Card (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill.
Friday, 28 June 2013 14:00

The NTC on a dangerous curve Featured

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The National Assembly met in session on Tuesday 25 June with the Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo, in the chair. On the agenda were the PNQ of the Leader of the Opposition, Questions put to the Prime Minister, to Ministers, and three Bills - The Animal Welfare Bill, the Human Tissue(Removal, Preservation and Transplant) (Amendment) Bill and the conclusion of debates on the Sugar Industry Efficiency (Amendment) Bill.
Friday, 21 June 2013 08:03

Exit Yatin Varma Featured

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The National Assembly met on Tuesday 17 June with Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo, in the chair. It was not surprising that the Varma case, which is currently the talk of the town, was the main issue that was debated during the Private Notice Question put to the Prime Minister by the Leader of the Opposition.
Friday, 14 June 2013 10:00

Near miss incidents in our sky

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The National Assembly met on Tuesday 11 June with the Honourable Speaker, Razack Peeroo, in the chair. The Order paper included, apart from the two Bills, namely the Mauritius Fire and Rescue Service Bill and the Revenue and Valuation Appeal Tribunal Bill, the Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition, Questions to the Prime Minister and Questions to Ministers.

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