Tribune

Par Jean Noël MOUTOU
4
5 Novembre 2014

The last 46 years of Mauritian politics are full of rich, diverse and colourful events, dramas, unexpected turns and an array of competing political parties. There have been highs and lows, major political leaders and parties have all had their share of setbacks, humiliation and lessons to learn. This coming election will be no different, the only unknown is which leader and party will face setbacks, humiliation and in need of lesson learning this time?

Par Marc Hein
11
2 Novembre 2014

L’avocat Marc Hein apporte, à tête reposée, des éléments de réponse à des questions souvent posées dans le cadre de cette campagne électorale où l’on mêle réforme électorale, changements constitutionnels, et partage de pouvoirs entre le Premier ministre et le président…

Par Jose Moirt
6
31 Octobre 2014

In a petition, the author, José Moirt solicits Heads of State and Government of the BRICS countries to support and assist the people of the Republic of Mauritius to ensure that our “inalienable right to complete freedom, the exercise of [our] sovereignty and the integrity of [our] national territory” is recognised and respected and that the “continued existence of colonialism” which “impedes the social, cultural and economic development” of the people of the Republic of Mauritius be suppressed as soon as practicable.

Par Abdoollah Earally
50
29 Octobre 2014

L’homme avait besoin de ventiler, ce jour-là, le rêve brisé d’un père de famille. Il marchait d’un pas pressé le long de Old Moka Road, à Sorèze, en fin d’après-midi. Il avait l’air surpris quand je lui ai proposé de le déposer à l’arrêt le plus proche. Dans la voiture, la conversation a vite tourné sur la raison de sa présence dans le quartier, tard en ce jour férié...

Par Samad Ramoly
7
26 Octobre 2014

Generally, the latest global financial crisis has been attributed to a combination of regulatory failure, inadequate mathematical models and greed. We seem to have been oblivious of another element: tunnel vision. It translates a narrow perspective stemming from concentration on a single idea, opinion, data etc., to the exclusion of others.

3
22 Octobre 2014

L’auteur réagit suite à un article paru dans «l’express samedi» du 27 septembre concernant des délits sur mineurs. Disqualifier la parole d’un enfant victime d’abus sexuel équivaut d’une part à protéger l’agresseur et d’autre part à signifier à l’enfant victime qu’il ne sera pas aidé, ni protégé.

Par Moutou Jean-Noel
13
20 Octobre 2014

The slogan of the new alliance PTr/MMM is ‘Un Peuple Uni’ and ‘Une Nation Moderne’! The leaders and propagandists of this new alliance are proudly rallying under this slogan as, in their minds, this slogan spells out what they want the population to think is going to happen to and in the nation once they are in power.

Par Pravin BAROSA
0
15 Octobre 2014

In view of the coming general elections, the author elaborates on five economickey factors of the country to enlighten the electorate. For him, the country needs a strong government which aims to meet the world economic challenges.

Par Nemraj Suntah
8
10 Octobre 2014

Everything is set for a snap election before the end of the year. The two main Alliance blocks are already in the starting stalls for the imminent electoral race. The electoral campaign has already started and the political grounds will soon be intensively active, with the politicians doing their traditional door to door walking tours with all sorts of promises to the people. The Politicians will come with their usual feast of fixing blame on their opponents to deviate attention from their wrong doings, whilst forgetting that their opponents of today were only recently their partners and allies.

Par Lindley Couronne
5
7 Octobre 2014

L'auteur fait un résumé des zones d'ombre autour du décès d'Harmon Chellen aux Seychelles, et espère que l'enquête judiciaire sur cette affaire sera vraiment impartiale.

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