Navin Ramgoolam And Paul Bérenger Comment On The PMSD’s Departure

Navin Ramgoolam And Paul Bérenger Comment On The PMSD’s Departure
Navin Ramgoolam And Paul Bérenger Comment On The PMSD’s Departure

Africa-Press – Mauritius. Navin Ramgoolam and Paul Bérenger met the press yesterday after a meeting between members of the two parties’ executives. The Labour leader focused on the PMSD’s departure from the opposition alliance. According to him, he and Paul Bérenger had done everything to ensure that this alliance would be realized. For them, the important thing was to save the country, which was heading for an abyss where the cost of living was becoming unbearable, freedom was under threat, repression, etc. According to him, the country had to be pulled back from this precipice, we had to march together to put the country right, we had to make sacrifices for the country.

Navin Ramgoolam went further, claiming that he was aware of the meetings and discussions between the PMSD and MSM leaders, and knew when and where they met. He claimed to know who was present. For the leader of the reds, there had been negotiations at the highest level between the PMSD and the MSM for about a month. The leader of the bleus, Xavier-Luc Duval, was involved in these negotiations.

Concerning the distribution of tickets, the famous 35, 17, and 8. On March 20, he mentioned it in response to a journalist’s question. This distribution is necessary in view of the communal campaign of their opponent Navin Ramgoolam, who declares that he immediately received Adrien Duval’s comments.

Navin Ramgoolam also declared that he met Adrien Duval at Xavier Duval’s request. Discussions focused on ticket allocation, ministerial posts, etc.

After the blues have left the alliance, the eight tickets allocated to them will be “shared out”, explained Navin Ramgoolam. Both said they would be meeting Richard Duval, Khushal Lobine and Véronique Leu-Govind. For Paul Bérenger, there will be discussions, and it is important to make room for people of good will and credibility, according to Navin Ramgoolam.

The eight tickets initially allocated to the PMSD will be shared between the MMM and other potential partners joining the opposition alliance. Three dissident members of the PMSD, namely MPs Richard Duval and Khushal Lobine, as well as the ex-president of the blues, Véronique Leu-Govind, could also be nominated. Asked about this, Paul Bérenger replied: “Mo sure zot lapeti pli gran me nou a gete”.

Paul Bérenger also expressed his dissatisfaction with the fact that since his return from London, PMSD leader Xavier-Luc Duval has not chaired a single committee tasked with drawing up the opposition alliance’s electoral program. Osman Mahomed and Ajay Gunness, the MMM’s deputy leader, were appointed to chair this committee on the electoral program.

The red leader also commented on the Sitting Arrangement in the Assembly. Both alleged that a bogus poll was commissioned to say that the MSM is more popular.

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