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Mauritius: Raping our democracy ‘Xplik ou k’?

October 10, 2019

By D.F., Port Louis As a daily driver, my routine is to switch on the radio every morning on the way to work. For almost 4 years, I have been a faithful of the radio interactive show “Xplik ou K”, where citizens of Mauritius call on the radio set to speak out on problems affecting […]

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Election Mauritius: If MSM-ML wins, what happens to MMM, Labour?

October 10, 2019

Mauritius has called for the general elections and the MSM-ML, like any other political parties in the country, has the chance to win. But what happens if they really win? What will this mean for the Mauritius Militant Movement and for the Labour Party in particular? The odds are stacked against the MSM-ML, yet the […]

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China’s renminbi in the age of digital capitalism

October 10, 2019

From the perspective of the history of currency and global economic development, the ideas and suggestions for promoting the Chinese economic development through the internationalization of the Chinese yuan, or renminbi (RMB) are not unusual. The entry of international capital and the expansion of international trade will promote the RMB globally from the demand side, […]

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Opinion: Mauritius elections and a Dulloo-Joanna tandem?

October 2, 2019

In the run-up to the elections which may be called sooner than later, the MMM is still finalising its electoral strategy. But it is time for the party to make the right tactical move to have a chance to imbalance its opponents. The Labour Party was running away with a 60-0 call after its May […]

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MMM may recreate the 1976 success formula

October 1, 2019

In an article dated 26, 06, 2018, we said the MMM can still go back to winning ways if it was to adopt the same strategy it did in 1976. It was the second-best performance ever the MMM had recorded in that year, almost dislodging the Labour Party government from power. Currently, the MMM is still struggling […]

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General Elections: Why the MMM is the key to power?

October 1, 2019

By DF, Port Louis, Mauritius Recent resignations from the MMM of 5 members sent a shockwave of sympathy towards the party of Paul Berenger throughout the population. Many observers concluded this is due to politicians swapping sides for the sole purpose of being in power. Soon after the resignations, videos of the resigned members flooded […]

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Mauritius: The breaking-up of the MMM-PSM 60-0 government!

September 30, 2019

36 years ago to date, the country lived through a historical moment that changed the country for good. Now the MMM is celebrating its 50th anniversary. We republish this article for the readers to have a better picture of the MMM and our country’s recent political history. March 1983: The MMM, headed by Paul Berenger, […]

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Bio-XCell or how you burn Rm470m of public money

July 19, 2019

Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd (Bio-XCell) has gone into receivership exposing over 80 acres of land within the Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SILC) in Iskandar Puteri, Johor which will be put up for sale to recover money owed to investors.   The news of the company going into receivership is a shock to industry players […]

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Why not call for PKR emergency meeting?

July 19, 2019

The PKR should call for an emergency meeting, with Minister of Economic Affairs Azmin Ali and the entire leadership of the party to discuss the latest revolt in party and the video implicating the party’s deputy president. This is what people who are outside the party’s leadership and outside the party apparatus feels. WFTV spoke […]

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Trump destroys Iran drone in a fiery display of US power

July 19, 2019

In a dazzling display of force, the American military squared off against the Iranians, shooting a drone that was acting provocatively. Yesterday, the US Navy says it destroyed << provocative and hostile >> Iranian drone that flew within 1,000 yards of an American warship ship. The military says it ignored warnings to retreat – as […]

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