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Mauritius: The Reunionese Catherine Boudet returns to the island and waiting for a work permit




Mauritius: The Reunionese Catherine Boudet returns to the island and waiting for a work permit
A week after leaving Mauritius for its native island, the Reunionese Catherine Boudet, poet, academic and journalist, who was under the threat of expulsion from the territory of Mauritius since early October, was able to return to the Island yesterday morning with in her in her possession a 'business visa' for a period of one month.

The time for her to get a work permit provided by the Mauritian authorities.
 
Services of Immigration blamed her of being illegally in Mauritius but had reached an agreement with Catherine Boudet, as related by the newspaper Le Défi Quotidien.

For Me Erikson Mooneapillay, her lawyer, Catherine Boudet "now fulfils all the requirements and eligibility criteria for obtaining of work permit".

As a reminder, Catherine Boudet no longer was in possession of a valid work permit in the wake of the case of spreading false news against the French historian Stéphane Sinclair and where the Reunionese was bleached by the end of August Mauritian justice.

Catherine Boudet had also claimed, Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 1,250,000 euros (RS 50 million) in damages for "illegal arrest and detention" and had warned the State of Mauritius.

The Reunionese Catherine Boudet who had no passport, which amounted to an arrest in Mauritius, had seen the charges against her striped, Thursday, August 29, 2013, the Magistrate Court who had Mapou considered that the police investigation was sloppy.
 



Fabrice François


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