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Mauritius: Navin Ramgoolam believes the elections are not games

The Labor Party leader and Prime Minister of Mauritius, Navin Ramgoolam, unlike its ally the Mauritian Militant Movement, Paul Berenger, said this weekend on the side of Plaine-des-Papayes  that the future legislative votes are not yet won and nothing is decided for now.
Early parliamentary elections in Mauritius will be held on Wednesday 10 December.
The general election will decide between the two major parties * in Mauritius, namely the alliance of Unité et de la Modernité (PTr-MMM) and l’alliance Le Peuple (MSM-PMSD-ML).
As a reminder, 908,190 voters in 20 constituencies of Mauritius and Rodrigues 28,785 will designate the members sitting next to the National Assembly to represent them.
* The alliance of Unity and Modernity consists of the Labour Party (PTr) and MMM (Mouvement Militant Mauricien). The Le Peuple alliance regroup the Mouvement Socialiste Militant (MSM), PMSD (Parti Mauricien Social Démocrate) and the Mouvement Libérateur (ML)


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