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Mauritius: The Le peuple alliance of Anerood Jugnauth would win the parliamentary elections widely

The verdict of the ballot box is not definitively sealed in the legislative elections in Mauritius, but the mass seems obvious after the first partial results.
It is the Le Peuple alliance led by Sir Anerood Jugnauth who would win the anticipated parliamentary elections.
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 old, should be the winner of the elections. The leader of the MSM has held the highest offices of the State of Mauritius. He is known as the father of the Mauritian economic miracle and pledged during the campaign to build a new economic miracle in the country.
694,360 people voted last Wednesday, December 10, 2014, representing a turnout of 74.11%. 936,975 Mauritian voters were registered on the electoral roll.
* 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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