Read The Law More Carefully: Gayle Yerriah’s Membership Of The EOC Was Legal

[This post has been modified by the addition of a note at the end of the article] The pretty Gayle Yerriah resigned- a bit too fast- from the Equal Opportunities Commission following objections that she had only three years practice in the legal profession instead of the five required by the Equal Opportunities Act for … Continue reading Read The Law More Carefully: Gayle Yerriah’s Membership Of The EOC Was Legal

Saudi Express – Metro Express

Saudi Express One of the requirements of democracy is the accountability of government, [and its ministers] for its [and their] actions. Not just the far reaching actions but also the seemingly benign ones which provoke a twitch in the eyebrows. If Mauritius is indeed a democracy the antics of the extravagant minister Showkutally Soodhun should … Continue reading Saudi Express – Metro Express

Fake Voucher From The Wannabe, And No Tablets For Kindergarten Kids

On Friday 29 July Finance Minister Pravind Jugnauth announced a Rs60 drop in the price of cooking gas [12kg LPG cylinder]. One of these last 3 weeks at my place, so the monthly saving is Rs80. Today 5 days after the budget the increase in price of things bought at the local shop [milk, sugar, … Continue reading Fake Voucher From The Wannabe, And No Tablets For Kindergarten Kids

A Mix Of Budget Speech And Trainee Prime Minister’s Program

In the 2016-17 budget speech we can notice that most measures announced are in fact to be implemented in the period 2016-19. December 2019 being the latest possible date for the next elections. Other measures are just declarations of intended policies whose costs are not specified. India will finance about 11% of the national budget. … Continue reading A Mix Of Budget Speech And Trainee Prime Minister’s Program