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Mauritius: Navin Ramgoolam insists on the importance of the rule of law in Africa at the top of the Elysée




Photo lemauricien.com
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The Prime Minister of Mauritius, Navin Ramgoolam, stressed "the importance of the rule of law" in Africa at the Summit in the Elysee for peace and security in Africa which was held in Paris on 6 and 7 last December, at the invitation of the president of the French Republic François Holland.
 
Navin Ramgoolam mentioned in particular before the African heads of State maritime piracy in the Indian Ocean, assuring that his country had committed judicially on this subject, with 12 Somali pirates being tried in Mauritius.
 
The Prime Minister of Mauritius, Navin Ramgoolam, also called for greater cooperation between African countries to curb drug trafficking which is increasing on the continent and welcomed the ongoing electoral process in Madagascar.

Navin Ramgoolam also met head to head the Comorian president, Ikililou Dhoinine, for bilateral discussions between Mauritius and the Comoros in the Indian Ocean (COI) Committee.
 
Then from Paris, the Prime Minister of Mauritius, Navin Ramgoolam, on Sunday directly flew to South Africa, where he will attend the official ceremonies of tribute to Nelson Mandela, died on Thursday night at the age of 95, as indicated in the weekend newspaper.
 



Fabrice François


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