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Mauritius: Nandanee Soornack, the very close friend of Navin Ramgoolam placed under house arrest and under threat of extradition




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The very close friend of the former Prime Minister, Labour activist, Nandanee Soornack targeted since late March by an international arrest warrant, and arrested in Parma in Italy by the officers of Interpol on 16 April, 2015 is currently assigned under house arrest while awaiting for a hypothetical extradition to Mauritius.
 
While no extradition treaty exists between the two countries, the police authorities have officially requested the extradition of the close friend of Navin Ramgoolam on last Thursday based on a treaty binding the United Kingdom and Italy dating back to the February 5, 1873.
 
A treaty signed while Mauritius was a British colony and which remain in the valid state since Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam had put forward before the United Nations just after the independence of his country on 12 March 1968 the Convention on Privileges and immunity acted on 13 February 1946 to ensure that old treaties of the colony are always enforced and have the force of law.
 
As a reminder, for many weeks, the Mauritian police wanted the comeback of the special agent of the Labour Party (PTr) to interrogate several sensitive cases, namely Case des Roches Noires, the 220 million rupees * discovered in safes Navin Ramgoolam on February 6 during a search and possible commissions which she could have benefited.
 
The Mauritian investigators also want to strongly find out the version of the former saleswoman cauliflower and cotomili at Carreau-Laliane on the alleged money laundering.
 
Still on a reminder note, the intimate friend of Navin Ramgoolam had hurriedly left the Mauritian soil the evening of the proclamation of the results of the last general elections on 11 December 2014 along with some 800 million rupees in her luggage, as the officers of the brigade criminal (CCID) suspect.
 
* One euro roughly equivalent 39 rupees 



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