This Saturday, September 12, Mauritians are demonstrating again to protest against the way the government is handling several issues including the ecological disaster linked to the sinking of the Wakashio that lead to the death of at least 34 melon-headed.
Unsatisfied with the current situation, they were tens of thousands of people, marching in Mahébourg, in the southeast of the island to call for an end to the social injustices they denounce.
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Many called for the Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth and his government to step down.
As a reminder, Bruno Laurette, the organizer of the march, has previously brought together over a hundred of thousands of demonstrators on 29 August in the capital, Port-Louis, which was the biggest demonstration the island has experienced in 40 years.