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Notice of Motion for Loss of Confidence in the Government of Mauritius

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Due to the lack of transparency, commitment to endeavors, despotic misconduct of officials, mismanagement of public funds, nepotistic lack of impartiality & disregard to the tax payers/public feedback, lack of accountability for government officials legal cases and continuous criticism from the public, we the people of Mauritius wish to declare that we have loss confidence in the government of Mauritius and request the Prime Minister to resign and a general election to be in motion.

According to the Constitution of Mauritius GN 54/1968 - 12 March 1968 Section 57(1)

57 Prorogation and dissolution of Parliament (1) The President, acting in accordance with the advice of the Prime Minister, may at any time prorogue or dissolve Parliament: Provided that – (a) where theAssembly passes a resolution that it has no confidence in the Government and - (i) the Prime Minister does not within 3 days either resign from his office or advise the President to dissolve Parliament within 7 days or at such later time as the President, acting in his own deliberate judgement, may consider reasonable, the President, acting in his own deliberate judgement, may dissolve Parliament; or (ii) the Prime Minister resigns from his office and, before resigning, advises the President to dissolve Parliament, the President may, where he has reason to believe that another person is capable of forming a government with the confidence of a majority in the Assembly, and acting in his own deliberate judgement, decline to act on the advice of the Prime Minister and may invite that other person to form a government; (b) where the office of Prime Minister is vacant and the President considers that there is no prospect of his being able within a reasonable time to appoint to that office a person who can command the support of a majority of the members of the Assembly, the President, acting in his own deliberate judgment, may dissolve Parliament

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