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Mauritius: A candidate for driving licenses who failed the driving test accused a police officer asking bribe




Mauritius: A candidate for driving licenses who failed the driving test accused a police officer asking bribe
A candidate for driving license and who has failed last Saturday, the examination of "road test" calls into question the officer in charge of him to make him pass the driving test.

The unsuccessful candidate alleges in a complaint lodged to the police station of Line Barracks in Port Louis, that the police examiner asked him bribe to obtain a license.

"I could not concentrate on my test because of the attitude of the police officer. He made me fail... My brother attended the scene... I leave it to justice and the police to do their work. I said to this police officer that his attitude was inappropriate and that my wife is also Inspector of police and that such an act would cost him", said the candidate.

Meanwhile, the offending officer also made a deposition in this case explaining that the candidate would simply not have accepted having failed his driving test and reportedly threatened him verbally to pay this affront, indicating that his wife was police inspector, as relates Le Défi Quotidien newspaper.



Fabrice François


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