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Mauritius National Assembly Chamber

Tuesday 30 June 2020

Meeting started at 11:20AM, ended at 11:09PM

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  • Announcements

  • Papers

  • Private Notice Question

  • Questions addressed to the Honourable Prime Minister

  • B/137 - Question from Hon. Ameer Meea on next Pay Research Bureau Report

  • B/138 - Question from Hon. Ameer Meea on grades of Inspector of Police and above, both male and female

  • B/139 - Question from Hon. Ameer Meea on proposed merger of the IBA and the ICTA

  • B/140 - Question from Hon. Uteem on deaths in prisons not due to natural causes

  • B/141 - Question from Hon. Uteem on Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking of July 2018

  • B/142 - Question from Hon. Nagalingum on Mauritius GAM Terminal at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport

  • B/143 - Question from Hon. Abbas Mamode on parking spaces at the Line Barracks

  • B/144 - Question from Hon. Quirin on present incumbent of the post of Director of the Government Information Service

  • B/145 - Question from Hon. Assirvaden on National Security Service

  • B/146 - Question from Hon. Lobine on prisons

  • B/147 - Question from Hon. Lobine on Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking of July 2018

  • B/148 - Question from Hon. Navarre-Marie on deaths of suspects on remand and convicted prisoners in prison cells since December 2019 to date

  • B/149 - Question from Hon. Navarre-Marie on eventual resettlement programme on the Chagos Archipelago

  • B/150 - Question from Hon. Armance on Village Council Elections and Municipal Council Elections

  • B/151 - Question from Hon. Juman in regard to Mr V. A., Senior Adviser

  • B/152 - Question from Hon. David on Work Access Permit Online Application System

  • B/153 - Question from Hon. Osman Mahomed on Safe City Project

  • B/154 - Question from Hon. Ramful on Village Council Elections and Municipal Council Elections

  • Questions addressed to other Honourable Ministers

  • B/155 - Question from Hon. Foo Kune on hotels converted into Quarantine Centres

  • B/156 - Question from Hon. Foo Kune on patients inoperable in Mauritius since border closure amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • B/157 - Question from Hon. Foo Kune on Angiography machine found at the Dr A.G. Jeetoo Hospital

  • B/158 - Question from Hon. Foo Kune on Women Entrepreneur Scheme

  • B/159 - Question from Dr. the Hon. Aumeer on emergency procurement of drugs from Hyperpharm Ltd. over the period March to May 2020

  • B/160 - Question from Dr. the Hon. Aumeer on Victoria Urban Terminal

  • B/161 - Question from Dr. the Hon. Aumeer on Hajj Pilgrimage 2020

  • B/162 - Question from Hon. Ameer Meea on allowance of Rs 15,000 to Police Officers and health workers

  • B/163 - Question from Hon. Uteem on Quantum Global Group of companies

  • B/164 - Question from Hon. Uteem on double taxation avoidance agreements between Mauritius and African countries

  • B/165 - Question from Hon. Nagalingum on COVID-19 Solidarity Fund

  • B/166 - Question from Hon. Abbas Mamode on implementation of the Metro Express Project

  • B/167 - Question from Hon. Abbas Mamode on foreign spouse of Mauritian nationals

  • B/168 - Question from Hon. Abbas Mamode on payment of premiums to holders of insurance policies

  • B/169 - Question from Hon. Bhagwan on in regard to Mr G. L.

  • B/170 - Question from Hon. Bhagwan on our Embassies abroad

  • B/171 - Question from Hon. Bhagwan on Landscope (Mauritius) Ltd.

  • B/172 - Question from Hon. Bhagwan on career diplomats

  • B/173 - Question from Hon. Anquetil on shelter in Surinam

  • B/174 - Question from Hon. Anquetil on shelters for victims of domestic violence and child abuse

  • B/175 - Question from Hon. Quirin on alleged case of indecent assault on athlete Ms J. R. by Mr K. T.

  • B/176 - Question from Hon. Quirin on national football leagues competitions

  • B/177 - Question from Hon. Quirin on National Empowerment Foundation

  • B/178 - Question from Hon. Joanna Bérenger on hotel project of Clear Ocean Hotel and Resort Ltd. at St Félix

  • B/179 - Question from Hon. Joanna Bérenger on squatters in Riambel, Pointe aux Sables and Cité Malherbes

  • B/180 - Question from Hon. Joanna Bérenger on diversion on the Sivananda Avenue in the wake of the implementation of the Metro Express Project

  • B/181 - Question from Hon. Joanna Bérenger on COVID-19 Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction Tests carried out

  • B/182 - Question from Hon. Assirvaden on Metro Express Ltd.

  • B/183 - Question from Hon. Leopold on Kawasaki disease

  • B/184 - Question from Hon. Leopold on schools

  • B/185 - Question from Hon. Leopold on contract vans for the transportation of primary and pre-primary students

  • B/186 - Question from Hon. Leopold on entrepreneuriat jeunesse courses

  • B/187 - Question from Hon. Lobine on Nehru Sewerage Project

  • B/188 - Question from Hon. Lobine on implementation of Phase II of the Metro Express Project

  • B/189 - Question from Hon. Navarre-Marie on additional costs claimed by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate

  • B/190 - Question from Hon. Navarre-Marie on National Gender policy

  • B/191 - Question from Hon. Armance on social housing

  • B/192 - Question from Hon. Armance on construction of a Health Centre at Pointe aux Sables

  • B/193 - Question from Hon. Richard Duval on construction of the Grade Separated Junctions at Pont Fer/Jumbo/Dowlut roundabouts, at Phoenix

  • B/194 - Question from Hon. Richard Duval on registered fishers of the District of Grand Port

  • B/195 - Question from Hon. Richard Duval on creation of La Passe of Mahebourg

  • B/196 - Question from Hon. Luchmun Roy on Youth Centre at Roche Bois

  • B/197 - Question from Hon. Luchmun Roy on emergency drain project at Morcellement La Valley, le Cornu, Ste Croix

  • B/198 - Question from Hon. Nuckcheddy on proposed construction of a new Teaching Hospital at Flacq

  • B/199 - Question from Hon. Juman on proposed renovation of the multipurpose complex at the Dr Idrice Goomany Centre at Plaine Verte

  • B/200 - Question from Hon. Osman Mahomed on municipal tax

  • B/201 - Question from Hon. Osman Mahomed on consumers

  • B/202 - Question from Hon. Osman Mahomed in regard to Constituency No. 2, Port Louis South and Port Louis Central

  • B/203 - Question from Hon. Ittoo on Duke of Edinburgh International Award

  • B/204 - Question from Hon. Ramful on light rails

  • B/205 - Question from Hon. Ramful on position of Village Councillor at the Mare d’Albert Village Council

  • B/206 - Question from Hon. Yeung Sik Yuen on small and medium enterprises

  • Motion

  • Statements by Ministers

  • Public Bills

  • FIRST READING: The Supplementary Appropriation (2017-2018) (No. 2) Bill (No. VI of 2020)

  • THIRD READING: The Supplementary Appropriation (2019-2020) Bill (No. IV of 2020)

  • SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)

  • COMMITTEE STAGE: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)

  • Adjournment Matters

  • Adjournment

  • 11:33:23
    Private Notice Question in regard to the alleged corrupt and fraudulent practices unfolded by the African Development Bank
  • 11:34:44
    Private Notice Question in regard to the alleged corrupt and fraudulent practices unfolded by the African Development Bank
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (1st Member for Constituency No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 11:53:26
    Interruptions...
  • 11:53:45
    Private Notice Question in regard to the alleged corrupt and fraudulent practices unfolded by the African Development Bank
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (1st Member for Constituency No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 11:54:13
    Interruptions...
  • 11:54:38
    Suspended
    Hon. Sooroojdev Phokeer, MP, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 12:04:01
    B/183 - Question from Hon. Leopold on Kawasaki disease
    Hon. Joseph Buisson Leopold, MP (No.21, Rodrigues, OPR)
  • 12:04:15
    B/183 - Question from Hon. Leopold on Kawasaki disease
    Dr. the Hon. Kailesh Kumar Singh JAGUTPAL, MP, The Minister of Health and Wellness (1st Member for Constituency No.13 Riviere des Anguilles and Souillac, MSM)
  • 12:05:18
    B/184 - Question from Hon. Leopold on schools
    Hon. Joseph Buisson Leopold, MP (No.21, Rodrigues, OPR)
  • 12:05:22
    B/184 - Question from Hon. Leopold on schools
    Hon. Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun, MP, The Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of Education, Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Research (2nd Member for Constituency No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 12:08:05
    B/185 - Question from Hon. Leopold on contract vans for the transportation of primary and pre-primary students
    Hon. Joseph Buisson Leopold, MP (No.21, Rodrigues, OPR)
  • 12:08:07
    B/185 - Question from Hon. Leopold on contract vans for the transportation of primary and pre-primary students
    Hon. Alan Ganoo, MP, The Minister of Land Transport and Light Rail (1st Member for Constituency No.14 ,Savanne and Black River, MP)
  • 12:11:23
    B/186 - Question from Hon. Leopold on entrepreneuriat jeunesse courses
    Hon. Joseph Buisson Leopold, MP (No.21, Rodrigues, OPR)
  • 12:11:27
    B/186 - Question from Hon. Leopold on entrepreneuriat jeunesse courses
    Hon. Jean Christophe Stephan Toussaint, MP, The Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Recreation (6th Member for Constituency No.12 Mahebourg and Plaine Magnien, MSM)
  • 12:14:56
    B/186 - Question from Hon. Leopold on entrepreneuriat jeunesse courses
    Hon. Soobeersingh DHUNOO, MP, The Deputy Chief Government Whip (3rd Member for Constituency No.17 Curepipe and Midlands, MSM)
  • 12:15:06
    B/186 - Question from Hon. Leopold on entrepreneuriat jeunesse courses
    Hon. Jean Christophe Stephan Toussaint, MP, The Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Recreation (6th Member for Constituency No.12 Mahebourg and Plaine Magnien, MSM)
  • 12:15:36
    B/203 - Question from Hon. Ittoo on Duke of Edinburgh International Award
    Hon. Jean Christophe Stephan Toussaint, MP, The Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Recreation (6th Member for Constituency No.12 Mahebourg and Plaine Magnien, MSM)
  • 12:16:16
    B/203 - Question from Hon. Ittoo on Duke of Edinburgh International Award
    Hon. Ashley ITTOO, MP (3rd Member for Constituency No.16, Vacoas and Floreal, MSM)
  • 12:17:06
    Motion
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (1st Member for Constituency No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 12:17:33
    Statements by Ministers
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (1st Member for Constituency No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 12:24:14
    FIRST READING: The Supplementary Appropriation (2017-2018) (No. 2) Bill (No. VI of 2020)
    Dr. the Hon. Renganaden PADAYACHY, MP, The Minister of Finance, Economic Planning (2nd Member for Constituency No.13 Riviere des Anguilles and Souillac, MSM)
  • 12:24:35
    THIRD READING: The Supplementary Appropriation (2019-2020) Bill (No. IV of 2020)
    Dr. the Hon. Renganaden PADAYACHY, MP, The Minister of Finance, Economic Planning (2nd Member for Constituency No.13 Riviere des Anguilles and Souillac, MSM)
  • 12:25:08
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Mahen Kumar SEERUTTUN, MP, The Minister of Financial Services and Good Governance (1st Member for Constituency No.11 Vieux Grand Port and Rose Belle, MSM)
  • 13:09:54
    Suspended
    Hon. Sooroojdev Phokeer, MP, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 15:05:07
    Announcements
    Hon. Sooroojdev Phokeer, MP, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 15:07:09
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
  • 15:42:46
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Soomilduth Bholah, MP, The Minister of Industrial Development, SMEs and Cooperatives (3rd Member for Constituency No.10, Montagne Blanche & GRSE, MSM)
  • 16:11:09
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem, MP (2nd Member for Constituency No.2 Port Louis South and Port Louis Central , MMM)
  • 16:24:40
    Interruptions...
  • 16:25:03
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem, MP (2nd Member for Constituency No.2 Port Louis South and Port Louis Central , MMM)
  • 16:43:26
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Dr. the Hon. Renganaden PADAYACHY, MP, The Minister of Finance, Economic Planning (2nd Member for Constituency No.13 Riviere des Anguilles and Souillac, MSM)
  • 17:04:52
    Suspended
    Hon. Sooroojdev Phokeer, MP, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 17:47:01
    Interruptions...
  • 17:48:52
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Patrick Gervais ASSIRVADEN, MP (2nd Member for Constituency No.15 La Caverne and Phoenix, Ptr)
  • 18:15:00
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
  • 18:34:17
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Charles Gaetan Xavier-Luc Duval, G.C.S.K, MP (3rd Member for Constituency No.18, Belle Rose, Quatre Bornes, PMSD)
  • 19:03:23
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Ivan Leslie Collendavelloo, GCSK, SC, MP (No.19, Stanley and Rose Hill, Muvman Liberater (ML))
  • 19:27:26
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon.Khushal LOBINE, MP (1st Member for Constituency No.15 La Caverne and Phoenix, PMSD)
  • 19:51:42
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon.Kalpana Devi KOONJOO-SHAH, MP, The Minister of Gender Equality and Family Welfare (3rd Member for Constituency No.7 Piton and Riviere du Rempart, MSM)
  • 20:06:59
    Suspended
    Hon. Sooroojdev Phokeer, MP, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 21:14:57
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Dhananjay Ramful,MP (1st Member for Constituency No.12, Mahebourg and Plaine Magnien, PTR)
  • 21:42:56
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Rajanah DHALIAH, MP, The Parliamentary Private Secretary (2nd Member for Constituency No.7 Piton and Riviere du Rempart , MSM)
  • 22:08:58
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Shakeel Ahmed Yousouf Abdul Razack MOHAMED, MP (1st Member for Constituency No.3, Port Louis Maritime and Port Louis East, PTR)
  • 22:17:59
    Point of Order
    Hon. Soobeersingh DHUNOO, MP, The Deputy Chief Government Whip (3rd Member for Constituency No.17 Curepipe and Midlands, MSM)
  • 22:18:30
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Shakeel Ahmed Yousouf Abdul Razack MOHAMED, MP (1st Member for Constituency No.3, Port Louis Maritime and Port Louis East, PTR)
  • 22:42:59
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Sooroojdev Phokeer, MP, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 22:43:32
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Maneesh Gobin, MP, The Attorney General and Minister of Agro-Industry and Food Security (1st Member for Constituency No.7 Piton and Riviere du Rempart, MSM)
  • 22:46:19
    Hon. Shakeel Ahmed Yousouf Abdul Razack MOHAMED, MP (1st Member for Constituency No.3, Port Louis Maritime and Port Louis East, PTR)
  • 22:47:02
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Maneesh Gobin, MP, The Attorney General and Minister of Agro-Industry and Food Security (1st Member for Constituency No.7 Piton and Riviere du Rempart, MSM)
  • 22:49:50
    Hon. Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem, MP (2nd Member for Constituency No.2 Port Louis South and Port Louis Central , MMM)
  • 22:50:11
    SECOND READING: The Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (No. V of 2020)
    Hon. Maneesh Gobin, MP, The Attorney General and Minister of Agro-Industry and Food Security (1st Member for Constituency No.7 Piton and Riviere du Rempart, MSM)
  • 23:07:50
    Adjournment
  • 23:08:03
    Adjournment