You have surely seen the promotion clip of the so-called Metro Express planned by the mentored Lepep Alliance government. The synthetic images give the impression of a a smoothly running system, but a lot of people might fail to notice that in the clip all other vehicles are driving along the rails with no intersecting … Continue reading Misleading Clip Of The Metro Express
President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim violated the Constitution of Mauritius* when she appointed Pravind Jugnauth as Prime Minister, and may be removed as per section 30 (1) (a) of that same Constitution. It is of course extremely unlikely that the present government will have her removed, but what really matters is that this will facilitate a power-sharing … Continue reading President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim Just Violated The Constitution Of Mauritius
Anerood Jugnauth described his intent to resign as Prime Minister and bequeathing the premiership to his son Pravind as being in the pure tradition of Westminster and compared it to the way of Theresa May succeeded David Cameron . The comparison on closer look shows only differences with Westminster and similarities with North Korea and … Continue reading Don’t Compare With Westminster, Please.
Sagitarianblog was created 6 years ago on 9 December 2010. Till today each year has been marked by a new theme and various reworkings of the blog's home page. This seventh year there will no such change, but, there will be a lot of internal work with removal of dead links, translations of Creole blogs- … Continue reading Another Year Of Blogging
Why has this debate been revived? - Because the actual Prime Minister, Anerood Jugnauth gets a kick of hanging people. That makes him feel tough though impotent. Are Mauritians generally in favor of death penalty? - A lot of Mauritian have their to-be-hanged list which include non-Hindu rapists, zamalak thieves, dark and/or poor guys who … Continue reading A Few Questions And Answers On The So-Called Death Penalty Debate