Tribune

Par Nemraj SUNTAH
0
27 Août 2015

The Politicians, Political leaders, Ministers, Parliamentarians, Political appointees and Public officials, they all come from different walks of life and irrespective of the party and/or other interests which they represent, they are, by the positions in the public functions which they hold, custodians of the people’s mandate.

Par Andre WAN CHOW WAH
0
20 Août 2015

We have throughout the years inherited an approach to schooling that is rather haphazard in nature. Parents are quite unaware of what we want or heading towards in our system of education. Getting children to the best schools (Primary and secondary) has been and will be the general aim of almost all parents.

Par Kris M. VALAYDON
3
15 Août 2015

Il est nécessaire pour le pays de trouver un régime pour remplacer notre système de gestion des affaires criminelles, nous dit l’auteur. Faute de quoi, nous risquons de voir perdurer un déséquilibre dans notre système judiciaire aussi longtemps que se maintiendra le statu quo, et la cour ne sera pas un «level playing field».

Par Mario Raymond LEVANTARD
8
5 Août 2015

L’éditorial de Nad Sivaramen sur la Disqualification de la police, publié dans l’express du 3 août, nous encourage à réfléchir à propos de la justice au sein de notre société. Je ferai ainsi état de l’identité de cette justice dans son ensemble, le reflet de ses atouts, l’utilité de son usage et la finalité de ses actions. J’ajouterai à ce qu’on retienne de la loi, ce qu’elle représente, à quoi elle sert et ce à quoi on s’attend vraiment.

Par Andre WAN CHOW WAH
0
31 Juillet 2015

Now that there is a commission on drugs, I consider it pertinent to mention a number of selected cases that have been registered in Victoria and surrounding places in Australia. Furthermore, I have gone through the comprehensive interview that Samioullah Lauthan, former Minister of Social Security, has given to one daily newspaper in Mauritius on his role and tremendous interventions in the domain of drug addiction.

Par Barack Obama
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28 Juillet 2015

Barack Obama ended his tour of East Africa with a speech on Tuesday 28th of July at the African Union in Ethiopia. He is the first-ever US president to address the African Union.

Par Nicholas Cowdery
7
27 Juillet 2015

It has been reported that Mr Satyajit Boolell SC, Director of Public Prosecutions of the Republic of Mauritius, has been the subject of an attempt by Police to arrest him on a charge of swearing a false affidavit. It was held that the warrant for arrest was unlawful and Mr Boolell remains at liberty, although allegations against him persist.

Proper observance of the rule of law requires that lawfully prescribed procedures that are necessary, reasonable and proportionate be followed whenever a person is accused of having engaged in unlawful conduct.

Par Roshi Bhadain
53
24 Juillet 2015

J’ai pris connaissance de ta lettre ouverte. Je suis en mission à l’étranger, mais je ne pouvais pas ignorer l’intérêt que tu me portes. Comme le dit si bien Sartre, « j’admire comme on peut mentir en mettant la raison de son côté ».

Par Lindley Couronne
5
22 Juillet 2015

Selon l’auteur, les institutions publiques doivent fonctionner de manière indépendante et ne doivent pas être des instruments politiques. Mais les récents événements impliquant le DPP, puis le judiciaire, n’augurent rien de bon.

Par Bushan Domah
35
17 Juillet 2015

I decided for an open letter because I think I owe it to my family, my relations, the professions and the country as a whole. I was not the missive of ICAC or of any other interested party when I offered my helping hand to you. It is simply not right that you reached such a conclusion... Only you had the facts. None of us had them or have them. Only you would have known whether those facts in your possession justified an ICAC probe. If they did, there was a way of avoiding aggressive confrontation. That was what was conveyed to you. My conversation with you included the personal as well as the institutional issues

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