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Mauritius: 25 hotels have not yet filed their mandatory of security plan and are within the scope of a non-renewal of their operating license




Mauritius: 25 hotels have not yet filed their mandatory of security plan and are within the scope of a non-renewal of their operating license
The Prime Minister of Mauritius, Navin Ramgoolam, last May, expressly invited officials hoteliers to submit tourism Authory (TA), a plan detailed their internal security order against theft and before the end of June, date deadline for hoteliers to comply with the new regulation.

The binding document decrypting the details all security measures in place in establishments, under penalty of seeing the hotel license not renewed by the authorities, has so far been filed by 93 of the 118 hotels currently operating in Mauritius, with a total capacity of 12,676 seats.

7 of these 93 hotels hotel establishments claimed in particular the administrative authorities a certificate proving that they are being set in accordance with the legislation in force, with the installation including several cameras filming all strategic areas of the hotel establishments and thus securing the stay of tourists in the hotel structures in Mauritius.

In contrast, 25 hotels have not yet filed this precious document proving their compliance with security measures to fight against theft and are within the scope of a non-renewal of their license, as related by the Le Matinal newspaper.
 
As a reminder, 67 cases of thefts were perpetrated in hotels of Mauritius from 2011 until May 2013.
 
The crime of the Irish tourist aged 28, Michaela Harte-Mc Areavey found strangled at the beginning of 2011, after a robbery gone wrong in her hotel room, also has a strong reaction to Mauritius and shook the pillar industry of the Mauritian economy.



Fabrice François


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