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Mauritius: The Labour Party and the MMM near the conclusion of an electoral alliance

While since three months, is take place behind the scenes in Mauritius before the next scheduled general election in 2015 (or before if any dissolution of Parliament) dealings of alliance between the labour party in power since 2005 and the  Mouvement Militant Mauricien (MMM) currently in opposition, the latest discussions between the Prime Minister, Navin Ramgoolam, and leader of the MMM Paul Bérenger have resulted in an electoral Agreement written between the two main political parties of the island.
The agreement must be ratified this weekend by the governing bodies of both parties, as reported by the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.
"Today, I can express my deep appreciation to all Mauritians. The two largest parties in the country will work together," said Navin Ramgoolam.
 For his part, Paul Bérenger recalled that "the decision has been taken". "I recommend that we go forward with this alliance on the basis of this written alliance... For me, the Assembly must be dissolved, soon (will be) for the better. The leaders of the two parties move in parallel", has put forward the leader of the MMM.

Fabrice François

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