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Mauritius: Le Peuple alliance won the general election, Sir Anerood Jugnauth clear winner




As presaged the first partial results of yesterday afternoon, it is the covenant Le Peuple led by Sir Anerood Jugnauth who easily won the early parliamentary elections in Mauritius, with 47 deputies against 13 for opponents.
 
Two political blocs *, the alliance of l’Unité et de la Modernité (PTr-MMM) conducted by the outgoing Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam of labour party, allied to the leader of the MMM, Paul Bérenger, and the alliance Le Peuple (MSM- PMSD-ML), headed by former Prime Minister MSM and former President Sir Anerood Jugnauth, vied for votes.
 
Sir Anerood Jugnauth, 84 years of age, is the winner of the elections and will be the future Prime Minister of Mauritius for 5 years. "You have given us a responsibility, from now on we have to start working," he said. This legislative election gives a "new hope to the country and the people" as SAJ.
 
For its part, Navin Ramgoolam defeated in his stronghold of Pamplemousses-Triolet acknowledged the defeat of his camp. "The electorate have made their choice, I congratulate the winning team," he said in a brief statement on national television MBC.
 
Sir Anerood Jugnauth, 84 years of age, is the winner of the elections and will be the future Prime Minister of Mauritius for 5 years. "You have given us a responsibility, from now on we have to start working," he said. This legislative election gives a "new hope to the country and the people" as SAJ.
 
For its part, Navin Ramgoolam defeated in his stronghold of Pamplemousses-Triolet acknowledged the defeat of his camp. "The electorate have made their choice, I congratulate the winning team," he said in a brief statement on national television MBC.
 
694,360 electors voted Wednesday, December 10, 2014, representing a turnout of 74.11%.
 
* Alliance de l'Unité et de la Modernité constitute of the labour party (PTr) MMM (Mouvement Militant Mauricien). Le Peuple alliance regroup the Mouvement Socialiste Militant (MSM), PMSD (Parti Mauricien Social Démocrate) and the Mouvement Libérateur (ML)
 
 
 



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