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Mauritius: Bishop, Monseigneur Maurice Piat has the impression that the investigation of the deadly floods and the fatal bus accident of Sorèze, are suppressed




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The head of the Catholic Church in Mauritius, Bishop Maurice Piat threw a stone into the pond, following the deadly floods of March 30 (11 dead) and the fatal bus accident of Sorèze at Pailles (10 victims and 43 injured) occurred on May 3, 2013.
 
According to the prelate, police investigations are stifled. A "cover-up" that bitterly regrets the Bishop of Mauritius.
 
"The inhabitants are upset by what is happening in the country. People know that the floods of March 30 and the crash of a bus CNT of Sorèze could affect anyone. What’s more upsetting is that the police investigation is slow. People must know if it was negligence on both sides ... is that the police do their investigation", said on Saturday, Bishop Bishop Maurice Piat to church Notre-Dame de l'Assomption  in Roche-Bois, in the North of Mauritius, as related by the Sunday newspaper L'Hebdo.



Fabrice François


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