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Mauritius: The mysterious dollars of Navin Ramgoolam never put on the market




While the Mauritian justice in midweek gave its approval for the comprehensive review of the six mobile "official" phones of the former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam, despite the opposition of the latter which emphasizes the notion of security of State, the two FBI agents dispatched to Mauritius last Tuesday for 24 hours, still attempt alongside the Mauritian police to trace the route along by the 80 million rupees * (2.4 million dollars) - in notes of 100 dollars - seized on February 6, 2015.
 
Moreover, according to the first elements of the investigation, these mysterious dollars were never put into circulation and might have been given to Navin Ramgoolam by an African head of state in displacement to Mauritius, when Navin Ramgoolam was the leader of the government, according to the Mauritian newspaper L'Express.
 
As a reminder, 220 million rupees comprising also foreign currency had been asked in the two safes and several suitcases recovered during a search at the home of Navin Ramgoolam at Riverwalk on the side of Vacoas.
 
Navin Ramgoolam sued for conspiracy for obstructing justice in the case of housebreaking of his camp at Roches Noires and especially for money laundering, has justified for the time being by putting forward in front of the executive Labour party (PTr) that the large sums at his home had been made available by generous donors to finance the PTr.
 
* One euro roughly equivalent to 38 rupees



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