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Hobson’s Choice for Labour

The latest that has come out from the series of discussions being held between the Labour and MMM leaders in view of a contemplated alliance between the two parties is the statement made by the MMM leader that he would be having misgivings on the proposal in writing he has received from the Labour leader in the evening of Wednesday last and that this could become a “turning point” in the ongoing negotiations.

Interview : Jack Bizlall PDF Print E-mail

Interview : Jack Bizlall

« Bérenger aura à être remplacé pour que l’histoire du MMM reprenne son cours…

‘La défaite de Ramgoolam provoquera son départ du PTr et ce parti politique reprendra son cours lui aussi’

* « L’avenir de notre société repose sur deux choses : Un retour du PTr, du MMM et du MSM vers des objectifs politiques non obscurantistes et non néo-libérales »

Comme d’habitude, l’alliance entre le PTr et le MMM revient à la Une. Cette semaine, Jack Bizlall fait le point sur les enjeux et les obstacles pour le Premier ministre et le leader de l’Opposition, et les facteurs qui ralentissent ou empêchent sa concrétisation. Il s’exprime ouvertement sur les conséquences néfastes pour la République quand les médias sont toujours à l’affût des informations pour faire vendre les journaux alors que les discussions et les débats engagés pour améliorer la République et ses institutions de manière globale sont relégués aux calendes grecques…

Mauritius Times : Au vu de ses déclarations en début de semaine, Paul Bérenger semble persister à croire qu’une alliance avec le Parti Travailliste est toujours réa-lisable. La question qui se pose toutefois : Navin Ramgoolam le pense-t-il également ? Et, a-t-il vraiment besoin d’une telle alliance ?

Anil Gujadhur PDF Print E-mail

Clashes and conflicts: Are lessons to be drawn?

-- Anil Gujadhur

South Sudan, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Western Sahara, Burkina Faso, Uganda, Somalia, Kenya, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Thailand, Myanmar, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ukraine, the Middle East – all of these have been witnessing conflicts of different sorts.

Dr R Neerunjun Gopee PDF Print E-mail

Knowing about our past - to live a better future

-- Dr R Neerunjun Gopee

On reading the article by Paramanund Soobarah in last week’s issue of this paper – ‘Growing up in the forties and fifties – and my introduction to painful ethnic biases’ –, I realized that there were some parallels and links, and a few differences, in our life courses.

TP Saran PDF Print E-mail

What is democracy about?

TP Saran

In the 2-minute speech that American President Abraham Lincoln pronounced at Gettysburg on November 19, 1863, when he was consecrating the battlefield which was the scene of excruciating violence during the American Civil war into a cemetery, the word ‘democracy’ was not once used. And yet, since then, that speech has been cited as almost the foundational script of what democracy is about, and it is worth reading it in full:

‘Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

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