EXCLUSIVE: India advises Mauritian PM to dissolve Parliament

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A friendly nation to Mauritius, India, has apparently advised Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth to dissolve the Parliament and to go for snap polls.

This was revealed to Worldfuturetv.com by a source close to the matter, who said the Indian authorities have carried out a survey on the prospects of a snap poll in Mauritius.

The survey was conducted by the Indian agency which studied the May 1 rallies of the ruling coalition, and that of the opposition parties.

The survey was on the sentiments with regards the political parties in the country, and their chances in a snap poll.

The first probability by the agency shows the MMM with Paul Berenger as Prime Minister and Pradeep Jiya or Ajay Ganesh, the party will not get more than 22 seats.

But if the MMM with Berenger as PM and Madan Dulloo as deputy PM, the party may snatch victory and come to power with at least 38 to 44 seats.

About the PMSD, if the party were to run for elections with a Hindu Prime Ministerial candidate, it would probably get no more than 38-40 seats.

But if the party would go to the polls with Xavier Luc Duval as PM candidate, it may win only 22-23 seats.


The survey did not say which Hindu candidate the PMSD is looking at, but indications were given that it might be a lawyer who is a member of the local social circles including the Arya Sabha.

As for the MSM, in any scenario, the party is given a maximum of 4 seats.

However, Worldfuturetv understood that the Indian regime would probably broker a deal between several parties – perhaps in a bid to salvage Jugnauth as PM but this information is not confirmed.

The details of the survey were revealed to Jugnauth during his trip to India last month, a trip during which he was supposed to be unaccompanied.

But New Delhi advised him to allow his deputy, Ivan Collendavelloo Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of Energy and Public Utilities to accompany him as they had to discuss the potential of a collapse of the current ruling coalition, which would be disadvantageous to the Indian government.

In the discussions, Worldfuturetv were told, Jugnauth was informed that his party had very little chances of surviving the current political pressure that is building up in the country following a series of missteps by the coalition that ousted the Labour Party-Movement Militant Mauricien (LP-MMM) coalition in 2014.

According to the source, the Indian authorities would have advised Jugnauth to table the budget – which is due today – and to dissolve the Parliament after the budget is voted.

“They were told this was the best way to salvage the MSM as the party would face a backlash in a snap poll,” the source said.

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The poll is to be organised between June and December this year, the source said.

The source said the Indian government told Jugnauth to let whoever wins the next elections to run the show as a collapse of his government would have an irreparable impact on his political career.

The need for an immediate poll in Mauritius might become inevitable with at least one cabinet minister who is close to the Jugnauth family, facing a series of accusations that would soon be published.

If the minister were to fall, as these accusations are bound to be published in the local printed media in Port Louis, the government of Pravind Jugnauth will become unstable.

Sources said an informant has a video showing the said minister – who is high in the government hierarchy – taking bribes from a foreigner and it revolves around a project in Mauritius.

It is thus apparent that India might want a stronger government to take power and their choices might fall between the PMSD with a Hindu candidate or a return of the MMM party.

The source said the Labour Party would only get 6-8 seats in any elections due to the deteriorated image of Navin Ramgoolam.

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16 thoughts on “EXCLUSIVE: India advises Mauritian PM to dissolve Parliament”

  1. dude, you should come to mauritius and see the situation out there in the streets, if there is an election soon the Navin Ramgoolam will be PM without doubt, the amount of people who are feeling guilty to overthrow him because of his private life is mind boggling, they all want him to be back

    1. We were there, there is no massive swing for Ramgoolam, instead there was a swing for Badhain. But this prediction is not ours, this story is about an Indian agency’s predictions if you read it well. Thanks.

  2. It is so reassuring to know that Mr Modi knows what’s going on in Mauritius but still gives a loan when Ministers are taking bribes and the country in in turmoil .

  3. Mauritius feels that India is his savior and is protected by latter, because most of the citizens had been originated from it. But the policy of to give something for nothing, in politics does not exist. Still after knowing the turmoil and unrest situation of Mauritius, the reasons to offer loans is thoughtful. Either to mortgage partly or fully the needy, or to cast an obligation for future benefits. Mauritius has to be cautious, the politicians leading can’t do something, for personal advantages. In the same way Diego Garcia actually disowned.

  4. This is a blog by which some miscreants are trying to create confusion. Govt of India dissociated from it. Thanks

    1. Why present mmm and ponds as winners? This smells of ‘partisan’ as all Mauritians know that any party with a majority of Hindu candidates always attract most votes. It’s a fake survey

  5. this survey worth only for rhe situatuon prior to budget but prior to elections all data change because of rhe emotional aspect kf Mauritian campaign. I personally not give much importance to it . there is no need for snap elections. let Government go to a maximim completion of his mandate rhen we can analyse , critisise, compare, and decide. There is no hurry. Let rhem complete their mandate and go. We need a real prfessional economic technicians to redress the country not politician bevging dor vote.

  6. `The information about the minister taking bribe is a reality. Many ministers are plunged in dark affairs. Euro loan minister, powder colour for holi, Medpoint, omega Ark, Courts, etc.

    The minister in question is intellectually limited. That’s why he was detected, not knowing how to do the bribery job.

  7. Though authorities are denying what is being written in this article, I am fully agreeable to what is being forecasted. Thanks for this article it up.
    Another scenario could as well be:
    – Coalition between PMSD & MMM (& RP ) with the following proposal. Anticipated election in end 2018 (rather than 2017)
    – Sharing of 50:50 between the two parties with 3 years for MMM prime ministership and 2 years for PMSD prime ministership
    – PRB as Prime Minister for first three years before then landing at the Chateau de Reduit as President of the Republic
    – XLD as Minister of Finance and VPM for the first three years before then taking the role of Prime Minister
    – RB the young lion may as well fit in the picture to secure their 3-0 block vote in Q-Bornes, so most probably one or two tickets will eventually go to his party.

    – On the other side, Labour Party will have no other option of either going alone to the election or do a coalition with the MP of Alan Ganoo thus forming a very unstable group.
    – As mentioned in the article, in both cases, due to the tarnished image of NCR, this coalition will get a max 6-8 seats and repeat the performance that they had in Dec 2014.
    – MSM party will be eliminated due to the extreme poor performance during past three years, continuous debts, loosing many cases in tribunal, the shameless episode of allocating a 10 cents rebate on bread locally produced and last but not least doing a ‘fabulous’ maths calculation in assuming people eat one bread a day!

  8. It’s a sad moment locally and internationally our great Republic of Mauritius name been dragged in a lot of financial,political and social disturbances of great foreign affaires concerned, it’s time the present government if really they care for the long term future of their country and that of its future generation to dissolve the Parliament and have new general election and that those old leaders to withdraws themselves and let the young intelligent generation to take up their future in their own hand. But let do it peacefully for the safety happiness and love of its population. God bless Mauritius with its population and guide and protect them all the way from this present turbulence to a well rewarded effort. Love you all . Good luck.

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