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Friday, 19 October 2012 16:00

National Assembly – Burning issues await MPs

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Debates resume at the National Assembly on Tuesday 23 October at 11.30 am after three months of holidays. The second session of the fifth National Assembly held its last sitting on Friday 27 July at 3.30 pm for the third reading of the Supplementary Appropriation (2011) Bill.
Friday, 05 October 2012 15:25

The Best Loser System sparks passion

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Mauritius is living another important phase of its political history since the pronouncement of the United Nations on the case presented by ‘Resistans ek Alternativ’ protesting against the need for a candidate to mention his ethnic appurtenance when he registers himself for general elections.
Friday, 10 August 2012 14:40

Air Mauritius selects mercator

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Air Mauritius has signed with mercator for its Rapid Cargo Solution to manage the carrier’s revenue accounting for its cargo operations.
One of the most significant events in Mauritian Politics in the year 2012 remains until now the formation of the Triumvirate by Luchmeeparsad Ramsahok, Cehl Meeah and Eliézer François.
The last sitting of the second part of the second session of the Fifth National Assembly was adjourned on Friday 27 July for Tuesday 23 October 2012.House members went on winter holidays after attending 17 sittings.
The National Assembly voted on Friday 20 July  Rajkeswur Purryag, the then Speaker as President of the Republic of Mauritius. The motion was presented by the Prime Minister, Dr Navin Ramgoolam and seconded by Dr Rashid Beebeejaun.
Mr Speaker, Sir, I wish to inform the House that I visited India from 04 to 07 July 2012 with a view to following up on the State visit of the hon. Prime Minister, Dr. Navinchandra Ramgoolam to India in February of this year.
Government has set up a two-pronged strategy to minimise the damage caused to the global image of Mauritius in the murder case of Michaela Harte.
It is nearly two months now that debates are on at the National Assembly on the issue of rosewood smuggling out of Madagascar.
On 30 May 2012 a Woman Police Constable accompanied by a man called at the Central Prison of Beau Bassin to visit a detainee.
Friday, 29 June 2012 15:20

Boskalis: The show drags on

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The Boskalis Affair comes back in the limelight  through the PNQ of the Leader of the Opposition Paul Bérenger, addressed to the Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam. In the meantime, a few suspects have been arrested and interrogated.
This week’s Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition was on the project for the construction of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas Terminal in Port Louis. Paul Bérenger repeatedly mentioned ‘Gifts’ offered to foreigners involved in the project whereas the

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