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Mauritius: The Fish Market of Salinas, which cost 750,000 euros, still not found a manager and left unused for 2 years




Mauritius: The Fish Market of Salinas, which cost 750,000 euros, still not found a manager and left unused for 2 years
The fish market built in the Salines in the south-west of Mauritius, which cost 750,000 euros (30 million rupees) dormant for two years without auctioneers within its walls.

The Ministry of Fisheries has enormous difficulty finding a hypothetical manager responsible for taking care of the structure, despite repeated calls for tenders and remained so far unsuccessful.
 
The Ministry of Fisheries has opted to work with associations of local fishermen in order not to let the brand new building unused, as shown in the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.

"We have launched the call for tenders, we were looking for management skills in this market, because we do not have. This is why the project was delayed", explained the Minister of Fisheries, Nicolas Von Mally.
 
For his part, the president of the union for fishermen, Judex Ramphul there was "a misdeal in this project" and does not understand why "the government has been eager to start the construction work initially then wait two years for nothing".



Fabrice François


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