30 September 2014
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Australia took over the Chair of the Indian Ocean Rim Association from India in November 2013 and will keep it until November 2015. As head of the IORA, Australia wants to bring a new impulse to this regional organisation in launching Business facilitation as a strategy for economic development.
There is a complete mess around the need to increase salaries and working conditions in the transport industry. This is due to a collective agreement reached between trade unions and the employers of bus companies signed in August 2013 and the need to implement a Remuneration Order for workers of bus transport, with, in between an amendment brought to Section 95 of the Employment Relations Act.
After having known serious economic disturbances for quite a long time because of hedging, Air Mauritius is today travelling in a clear sky and latest reports, as shown by the management last week, indicate that our national airline company is on profit and that it is even planning to buy six new planes over the next six years.
In line with its mandate, the NESC has produced reports ranging from Indiscipline and Violence in schools, the impact of the Global Financial crisis on the Mauritian Economy, Food Security-The Challenges for Mauritius, Employment of Persons with Disabilities, Youth Unemployment; Improving Employment Prospects, Problems of Alcoholism in Mauritius to an Opinion Report on Electoral Reform.
Ashit Gungah is the secretary general (Administration) of the Mouvement Socialiste Militant (MSM). He is the First Member for Grand Baie/Poudre d’Or. 53 years old, Ashit Gungah is an engineer by profession and started in politics at an early age. He became active since 1995 and stood for elections in 2000 and he was elected. He was again elected in Constituency No 6 in 2005 and in 2010. News on Sunday asked him about the current workings of our Parliament and whether it is impacting negatively on the minds of the population.
The Nelson Mandela International Day, also known as Mandela Day, is held on July 18 each year. The day remembers Mandela’s achievements in working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace, and reconciliation.
Mauritius will host an international conference on the Tamil Diaspora next week, 23 to 25 July 2014, at the Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Moka, to be attended by more than 200 foreign delegates. One of the main guests of this conference is Dr John Samuel, Founder-Director of the Institute of Asian Studies, in Chennai.
The National Assembly resumes its activities on Tuesday 22 July at 11.30 a.m, after it was adjourned on 11 July following a PNQ from the Leader of the Opposition addressed to the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Energy and Public Utilities on Electricity, following an assessment made by the African Development Bank that risks of blackouts will exist in 2015 and 2017 because of exceeding demands.
The National Assembly resumed its activities, after a prorogation of more than two months, for the drafting of a mini-amendment of the Constitution, presented to elected members on Friday 4 July 2014. The Prime Minister underlined once again the need for change, after 46 years of Independence. He was followed by the Leader of the Opposition, Paul Berenger, then by the leader of the MSM, Pravind Jugnauth, and finally by the leader of the PMSD, Xavier-Luc Duval before adjournment for Monday, 7 July.
Sylvio Michel is at his 13th day of hunger strike at ‘Jardin de la Compagnie’, Port Louis. Michel is well known in Mauritian politics.

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