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CABINET DECISIONS – 16 NOVEMBER 2018

Date:November 16, 2018|Domain:Economy--Family--Education & Training--Health--Tourism

​  CABINET DECISIONS – 16 NOVEMBER 2018   1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the new Mauritius Family Planning and Welfare Association Bill into the National Assembly.  The main object of the Bill is to repeal the Mauritius Fami


Cabinet Decisions taken on 09 NOVEMBER 2018

Date:November 09, 2018|Domain:Economy & Finance--Civil Service--Family

    CABINET DECISIONS – 09 NOVEMBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the review of policies for the grant of work permits, in line with the measures announced in Budget Speech 2017/2018 to facilitate the employment of foreign labour in


Cabinet Decisions taken on 01 NOVEMBER 2018

Date:November 01, 2018

​CABINET DECISIONS – 01 NOVEMBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the Special Education Needs Authority Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to provide for the establishment of a Special Educati


Cabinet Decisions taken on 26 OCTOBER 2018

Date:October 26, 2018

​  CABINET DECISIONS – 26 OCTOBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the National Payment Systems Bill into the National Assembly. The main objects of the Bill are to provide for –   (a)       the regulation, overseei


Delegation from Groupe d’amitié France-Maurice meets Prime Minister

Delegation from Groupe d’amitié France-Maurice meets Prime Minister
Date:October 19, 2018|Domain:International Relations

GIS – 19 October, 2018: A delegation from Groupe d’amitié France-Maurice, led by the Member of the French National Assembly representing the department of Gironde, Mrs Sophie Mette, and accompanied by the Ambassador of the Republic of France to Maur


Cabinet Decisions taken on 19 OCTOBER 2018

Date:October 19, 2018

​CABINET DECISIONS  –  19 OCTOBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the Supplementary Appropriation (2016-2017) Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to provide for the supplementary appropriation


Government is determined to revitalise the tea sector, states Prime Minister

Government is determined to revitalise the tea sector, states Prime Minister
Date:October 18, 2018|Domain:Agriculture and Food Security

GIS – 18 October, 2018: The creation of a centre of excellence for research and the use of technology so as to ease the work of tea growers will help increase tea production and revitalise the tea sector in Mauritius.The Prime Minister, Minister of


Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking contains some 460 recommendations, says Prime Minister

Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking contains some 460 recommendations, says Prime Minister
Date:October 17, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS -17 October, 2018: The Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking contains some 460 recommendations. The Committee under the aegis of the office of the Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Civil Service has held several working sess


Government is stepping up the relentless battle against drug trafficking, says Prime Minister

Government is stepping up the relentless battle against drug trafficking, says Prime Minister
Date:October 17, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS  – 17 October 2018: Government is devoting all the necessary resources to step up the relentless battle against drug trafficking in a sustainable manner. In the crusade against drug trafficking, there will be no retreat no surrender, come what m


Cabinet Decisions taken on 12 OCTOBER 2018

Date:October 12, 2018

​  CABINET DECISIONS – 12 OCTOBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the Acquisitive Prescription Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to repeal the Affidavits of Prescription Act and the Affidavi