One last question about the President’s arrival…
Before going into the topic, here is a small video, shot in Quatre Bornes by the “Envoyé Speciale”, Miss Warrda S.
Earlier today, I thought about something and I would invite all of you, dear readers to comment on this.
What would have happened if the president of the people’s republic of china came to Mauritius during theï¿½ Mahashivratree festival, in which thousands of pilgrims and thousands of cars converge towards Grand Bassin.
Additionally, I would like to congratulate the government for having taken the right decision to close offices earlier. Same for educational institutions which were closed earlier on Monday and closed on Tuesday.
Consequently, there were NO traffic jams on the streets.
But however, this has put the whole country to a halt since there was practically no activity for the (economic) development of the country.
Reculer pour mieux sauter?
Perhaps some points which might be interesting to talk about in this post:
- Would the visit of his excellency in Mauritius be cancelled.
btw, for those who dont know, Mauritius was the last destination during his journey of friendship and cooperation.
- Would the government refused the billions of rupees?
- Would the government still plan his visit, but would have devised another set of security measures?
- Would the population be banned on the (closed) roads?
- Would the majority of the population be banned to cross the roads with their kawars because his excellency will be passing?
- Would roads be closed during the whole day?
- Would the actual government risk losing their chance of being elected in the next elections by receiving the president in the island, and ignoring the voice of a majority of the population?
btw, I am neutral in this post…
I only want to know what you think might have happened in this situation.