20 December 2014
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Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

Awaiting the Writ of Elections

The whole country is on tenterhooks for the issue of the writ of elections since Parliament was dissolved on October 6, 2014. While rumours hint that the long-a writ will be out today, Friday 7, legally, the President has up to November 30, 2014 to issue the writs.
Published in News
Lecturer of Political Science at the University of Mauritius, Tania Diolle provides a detailed analysis of the current political turmoil and through her analysis attempts to enlighten our readers.
Published in Interview
Prithviraj Fowdur has served as Economist in various ministries during the period 1976-1991, including the Ministry of Economic Planning and Development, Ministry of Housing Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Health and Quality of Life and Ministry of Labour and Industrial Relations.
Published in Interview
Friday, 31 January 2014 08:13

What type of politicians and politics?

The language and actions of some politicians say a lot about the quality of our politicians and by extension our democracy.
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Paul Bérenger, who remains leader of the MMM, in case anyone has forgotten, does not miss any opportunity these days to talk about electoral reforms.
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A banal road accident that turns into a State affair! How did we get there? This case brings to the surface all the dysfunctions of our society. Starting with a code of conduct for drivers to a non-existing code of ethics for politicians, there is also non-compliance with the Civil Code and the Penal Code. In brief, non-respect of the law all along the way! The rule of law is declining.
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Sunday, 19 May 2013 04:00

Small and Medium Enterprises

Today our country urgently needs a particular strategy of proliferating Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s) not only to enable the resolution of the problem of unemployment and underemployment of people living in rural areas, but also to boost their purchasing power, so that the additional demand created could push the country’s entire economy to grow at a faster pace.
Published in Point de Vue
Extreme weather conditions have always happened since time immemorial, especially in places which are prone to monsoons, cyclones and hurricanes, also called under different names.
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This week started with suspicions raised at the National Assembly on the possibility that politicians are related to the drug ring of Gros Derek and that banks helped in money transfers.
Published in Parliament
Friday, 20 April 2012 12:15

Institutions

I cannot say what awaits a journalist in terms of contempt of court if he dares to meet the Chief Justice and orders him to speed up a case because he believes that lobbies (these certainly do not have the upper hand at Pope Hennessy Street) would be blocking the said project.
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