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The National Assembly met on Tuesday 10 March with Honourable Speaker, Madam Santibai Hanoomanjee in the Chair. On the Order paper were a Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition on the Police, Questions to the Prime Minister and to Ministers and the resumption of debates on the Government Programme.
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“It is always a great honour to speak to a National Assembly. But, it is truly special to do so in the Assembly of a people with which we share the deepest bonds of history and culture; and, of a nation that we are proud to call a friend and a partner.
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Friday, 27 February 2015 14:00

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Parliament : “Bhadain and Yerigadoo in London for consultations to set up a Financial Crime Commission”
The National Assembly held its sitting on Tuesday 24 February 2015 with the Honourable Madam Speaker, Santibai Hanoomanjee, in the Chair. On the Order paper were a Private Notice Question from the Leader of the Opposition on ICAC, Questions to the Prime Minister and to Ministers and the resumption of debates on the Government Programme.
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Friday, 06 February 2015 14:00

Parliament to debate government programme

The National Assembly resumes its activity on Tuesday 10 February at 11.30 a.m with the start of debates on the Government Programme 2015-2019 read by the President of the Republic on 27 January. It is the newcomer in the arena of politics, Danielle Selvon, elected member of Constituency No 1- Grand River North West- Port Louis West who will kick off the debates. The reply will be given to her by Zouberr Houssein Issa JOOMAYE, second MMM elected member of Rivière des Anguilles-Souillac.
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Thursday, 25 December 2014 14:00

First New Year as MPs

New Year is approaching and each family has its own unique way of celebration. Last year, most of our newly elected MPs were just normal citizens celebrating New Year with their families. News On Sunday interviewed some of them to find out how this New Year will be.
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Thursday, 25 December 2014 09:03

Momentous changes II

On Monday when the freshly elected MPs took the oath, the ceremony took a historic dimension for various reasons. First, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, who is the new Leader of the House will go down history as being one of the very rare politicians to serve as Prime Minister after having been the President of the Republic.
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Friday, 05 December 2014 09:04

It’s time to fish and cut bait

Mauritius is going to the polls on Wednesday 10 December. A total of 936,976 registered voters (including 28,785 from Rodrigues) will be called upon to elect 62 (sixty for the twenty constituencies in Mauritius and two from Rodrigues) persons who will represent them at the National Assembly. Voters have a choice among the 739 officially registered candidates.
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Friday, 28 November 2014 07:30

Decisive phase for the electoral campaign

The beginning of this week was marked by the Nomination Day held on Monday. As many as 739 candidates filed in their nomination papers for the 62 seats at the National Assembly. Participation of women in this exercise reached 17,32%, still very far from the SADC target of 30% of women participation in national elections.
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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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