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Mauritius: The former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam heard by police this week

The former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam should be interrogated by police this week as part of the investigation of the qualified audiotape of defamatory against the Jugnauth family, as reported by the Mauritian newspaper L'Express.
The investigators of central Barracks (headquarters of the Mauritian police) and want to establish precisely the degree of involvement of the former head of the government.
The audiotape revealing a family conversation recorded by a micro-spy had been broadcast during a meeting of the alliance PTr (Labour Party) - MMM (Mouvement Militant Mauricien) on December 8th on the side of Rivière du Rempart.
Several arrests - including that of a campaign manager - have already taken place in this case and several former ministers are also in the police point.
Defamation is a punishable crime with imprisonment in Mauritius.


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