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Three-day workshop focused on Road Safety Charter

Three-day workshop focused on Road Safety Charter
Date:May 23, 2018|Domain:Public Infrastructure--Law and Order

GIS - 23 May, 2018: A three-day workshop focused on the Road Safety Charter to demonstrate methods and tools on road safety prevention to private companies was held from 21 to 23 May 2018 at Business Mauritius in Ebène. The workshop, organised at


Maritime sector: Mauritius to sign Jeddah Amendment

Maritime sector: Mauritius to sign Jeddah Amendment
Date:May 18, 2018|Domain:Fisheries--Law and Order

GIS – 18 May, 2018: Government has agreed to Mauritius signing the Jeddah Amendment to the Djibouti Code of Conduct concerning the “Repression of Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships, and Illicit Maritime Activity in the Western Indian Ocean and t


Promulgation of the Merchant Shipping Regulations

Promulgation of the Merchant Shipping Regulations
Date:May 17, 2018|Domain:Fisheries--Law and Order

GIS – 17 May, 2018: Government has agreed to the promulgation of the Merchant Shipping (International Safety Management) (ISM Code) Regulations and the Merchant Shipping (Certificate of Competency and Certificate of Proficiency) Regulations under th


Road Safety Campaign: Civil Service Ministry to organise several activities

Road Safety Campaign: Civil Service Ministry to organise several activities
Date:May 16, 2018|Domain:Civil Service--Law and Order

GIS – 16 May, 2018: The Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms will organise a series of activities in the context of the National Road Safety Campaign.  Four initiatives have been worked out to coincide with the UN Global Road Safety


Government resolute in its combat against drug traffickers, says Prime Minister

Date:May 16, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS – 16 May, 2018: The report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drugs along with the formulation of a National Drug Control Master Plan, is much awaited by the Government to consolidate the fight against drug scourge in Mauritius. This reply was gi


Minister Bodha reiterates Government’s determination to ensure road safety

Minister Bodha reiterates Government’s determination to ensure road safety
Date:May 16, 2018|Domain:Public Infrastructure--Law and Order

GIS – 16 May, 2018: One of the strategic fields of actions of the National Road Safety Strategy 2016-2025 is training and capacity building and the setting up of a Road Safety Academy. The idea is to equip all those involved in road safety with the


International cooperation needed to effectively address drug scourge, says Prime Minister

International cooperation needed to effectively address drug scourge, says Prime Minister
Date:May 10, 2018|Domain:Education & Training--Law and Order--Health

​GIS– 10 May, 2018: The prevention of early use of drugs is not only one of the top national priorities of Mauritius but is also one of the world’s most pressing challenges, said the Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, this morning at Le Siri


Workshop to focus on Drug Use Prevention Curriculum

Workshop to focus on Drug Use Prevention Curriculum
Date:May 08, 2018|Domain:Education & Training--Law and Order

GIS – 08 May 2018: The Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Tertiary Education and Scientific Research would organise a Workshop on the Development of a Drug Use Prevention Curriculum, in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs a


Meeting focuses on ratification of AU Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption

Meeting focuses on ratification of AU Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption
Date:May 08, 2018|Domain:Foreign Affairs--International Relations--Law and Order

GIS – 08 May 2018: The Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Advisory Board on Corruption, Mr. Bégoto Miarom, who is leading a delegation of the AU Board on Corruption (AUABC), in Mauritius, met the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee, Mr. Ge


Prime Minister urges police officers to perform their duty with integrity

Prime Minister urges police officers to perform their duty with integrity
Date:May 07, 2018|Domain:Employment/Labour--Law and Order--Civil Service

GIS – 07 May 2018: Trainee police constables, representing the future of the Mauritius Police Force, should always be driven by core principles such as professionalism, loyalty, hard work and integrity towards the population without any involvement