27 November 2014
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Friday, 07 November 2014 09:00

Confusions persist

Exactly one month has elapsed since the National Assembly was dissolved and still there does not seem to be any sign of the publication of the Writ of Elections by the President of the Republic, Mr Kailash Purryag.
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The stand of the government regarding the role of Parliamentary Private Secretaries is still unclear in the wake of the dissolution of the National Assembly as from 6 October last. Can they still benefit from their salaries and other privileges including use of their offices at the National Development Unit (NDU), protection by officers of VIPSU and use of government vehicles?
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Friday, 10 October 2014 07:51

Who will bell the cat?

The dissolution of the National Assembly by the President of the Republic Mr. Kailash Purryag as from Monday 6 October marks the call for snap general elections. The date on which these elections will be held still remains a mystery although the two main political blocs are officially kicking off the electoral campaign on Sunday. 
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Friday, 03 October 2014 14:00

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The Prime Minister, Dr Navin Ramgoolam, announced the adjournment of the National Assembly on 22 July 2014 during a night session, stating by 7 October, it will be resumed. The schedule of the PM was heavily loaded with activities, which was the reason for the adjournment.
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Friday, 03 October 2014 09:17

Setting the stage for general elections

So, the stage is set for general elections. The return of the Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam to the country during the week-end should make things clearer in terms of political agenda. It is very likely that the National Assembly will be dissolved either on Sunday or on Monday.
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Friday, 06 June 2014 07:31

Perception

If Mauritius was not basically a democracy, people would have probably resorted to other means, less peaceful maybe, to make their political leaders become more reasonable. However, the actions of the latter are no longer a laughing matter. Their modus operandi is just disgusting.
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Friday, 09 May 2014 14:00

National Assembly resumes session

The National Assembly resumes its sitting on Tuesday 13 May after it was adjourned on 22 April for the preparation of draft bill on Electoral Reform and week before the preparations of celebrations to mark Labour Day on 1 May.
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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.
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The National Assembly met in session on Tuesday 10 December at 11.40 a.m with the Honourable speaker, Razack Peeroo in the Chair. Items on the Order Paper included a Motion from the Prime Minister and the Second Reading of the Supplementary Appropriation (2013) Bill and of the Sports Bill.
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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.
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