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Attorney General’s Office organises exhibition on the evolution of the Constitution of Mauritius

Attorney General’s Office organises exhibition on the evolution of the Constitution of Mauritius
Date:May 07, 2018|Domain:Judiciary

GIS – 07 May 2018: An exhibition showcasing the historical evolution of the Constitution of Mauritius opened on Friday 05 May 2018 at the Aapravasi Ghat in Port Louis. The launching was performed by the Acting President of the Republic of Mauritius,


Enhancing Western Indian Ocean’s capacity to combat piracy and transnational organised crimes

Enhancing Western Indian Ocean’s capacity to combat piracy and transnational organised crimes
Date:April 30, 2018|Domain:Fisheries--International Relations--Law and Order--Judiciary

GIS – 30 April 2018: The necessity to improve regional and international cooperation to secure the maritime domain and collectively enhance the Western Indian Ocean region’s capacity to combat piracy and all other transnational organised crimes was


Child Development Ministry organises Consultative Meeting on Children’s Bill

Child Development Ministry organises Consultative Meeting on Children’s Bill
Date:April 13, 2018|Domain:Gender--Judiciary

GIS – 13 April, 2018: A Consultative Meeting on the Children’s Bill was held yesterday at La Pirogue Resorts and Spa in Flic en Flac.  Around 100 children attended the meeting which allowed them to discuss and exchange views on the draft legislation


Lord David Neuberger calls on the Prime Minister

Lord David Neuberger calls on the Prime Minister
Date:April 12, 2018|Domain:Judiciary--International Relations

GIS - 12 April, 2018: Lord David Neuberger, judge and President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom from 2012 to 2017, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit


Minister Gobin launches Braille version of Constitution of the Republic of Mauritius

Minister Gobin launches Braille version of Constitution of the Republic of Mauritius
Date:April 11, 2018|Domain:Judiciary

GIS  – 11 April, 2018: The Constitution of the Republic of Mauritius is now available in Braille version. The launching ceremony was held this morning at the Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, Bell Village, in presence of the Attorney General, Minister of


National Assembly: Introduction of Reform Institutions (Amendment)

National Assembly: Introduction of Reform Institutions (Amendment)
Date:April 09, 2018|Domain:Judiciary

GIS - 09 April, 2018: Government has given approval to the introduction of the Reform Institutions (Amendment) Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to amend the Reform Institutions Act so as to do away with the system of autom


Third edition of Mauritius Criminal Law Review launched

Third edition of Mauritius Criminal Law Review launched
Date:March 16, 2018|Domain:Law and Order--Judiciary

GIS  – 16 March 2018: The third edition of the Mauritius Criminal Law Review was launched yesterday by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution at Rajsoomer Lallah Lecture Theatre in Port-Louis, in presence of the Director of Public Prosecut


Draft Children’s Bill: Consultative Meeting discusses emerging issues affecting children

Draft Children’s Bill: Consultative Meeting discusses emerging issues affecting children
Date:February 26, 2018|Domain:Law and Order--Judiciary--Social Security

GIS  – 26 February 2018: A Consultative Meeting, aimed at providing a unique platform for Government and key stakeholders to engage in a constructive dialogue on the Draft Children’s Bill, opened this morning at the Intercontinental Mauritius Resort


Minister Gobin highlights importance of Human Rights Periodic Reports and Reviews

Minister Gobin highlights importance of Human Rights Periodic Reports and Reviews
Date:February 20, 2018|Domain:Judiciary

GIS  – 20 February, 2018: The First Meeting of the National Mechanisms for Reporting and Follow-up (NMRF) on Human Rights Periodic Reports and Reviews was held yesterday in the presence of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Human Rights a


Higher Education sector has to be more responsive to the emerging needs of Mauritius, says Minister

Higher Education sector has to be more responsive to the emerging needs of Mauritius, says Minister
Date:December 14, 2017|Domain:Education & Training--Judiciary

GIS – 14 December, 2017: Our higher education sector has to be modernised, it has to be revamped and, above all, it has to be more responsive to the emerging needs of the country, said the Minister of Education and Human Resources, Tertiary Educatio