New Mauritian Government: The Hon Pravind Kumar JUGNAUTH (December 2019)
General elections were held in Mauritius on 7 November 2019. The result was a victory for the Mauritian Alliance (a coalition of the Militant Socialist Movement (MSM), Muvman Liberater, Alan Ganoo Movement and Plateforme Militante), which won 42 of the 70 seats. Pravind Jugnauth of the MSM remained Prime Minister.
The National Assembly has 62 elected members elected in 20 three-seat constituencies and one two-seat constituency (the island of Rodrigues). The elections are held using the block vote system, whereby voters have as many votes as there are seats available. In addition to the elected members, the Electoral Supervisory Commission has the power to appoint a further eight members. The additional members are chosen from amongst the unsuccessful candidates who received the highest number of votes, and are appointed with the aim of balancing the parliamentary representation of different ethnic groups.
The ruling Militant Socialist Movement (MSM) won over half of the seats in Parliament, meaning incumbent Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth, who took over from his father Anerood Jugnauth in 2017, will serve a full five-year term as Prime Minister.
Of the 62 directly-elected seats, the MSM won 38, the Labour Party won 14, the Mauritian Militant movement (MMM) won 8, and the Rodrigues People's Organisation (OPR) won 2 seats from the island of Rodrigues.
Mauritian Government: Sir. Anerood Jugnauth (December 2014)
General elections were held in Mauritius on 10 December 2014 and resulted in a victory for the Alliance Lepep coalition, which secured 47 of the elected seats under the leadership of Sir Anerood Jugnauth, while the PTR–MMM alliance under Navin Ramgoolam only got 13 seats.
Prime Minister Navin Rangoolam lost his own seat and accepted defeat after voters rejected his proposals to boost presidential powers. Former president and Alliance Lepep leader, 84-year-old Sir Anerood Jugnauth became prime minister in the Indian Ocean island nation. Alliance Lepep is a coalition led by the Mouvement Socialiste Militant (MSM) with other parties including the Parti Mauricien Social Démocrate (PMSD) and the Muvman Liberater (ML).
Mauritian Government: Dr. Navinchandra Ramgoolam (July 3, 2005)
After the election held in the Republic of Mauritius, July 3rd, 2005, the Alliance Sociale was swept into power with a 53.57 percent of votes cast to take all 60 parliamentary seats on the island. The turnout was 81.52 percent. The ousted government coalition of Paul Raymond BERENGER (MSM/MMM) won just 41.7 percent of the votes only.
Ministers 2019 - Present
|The Hon Pravind Kumar JUGNAUTH
|Mr Prithvirajsing ROOPUN
President of the Republic
|The Hon Pravind Kumar JUGNAUTH||Prime Minister
Minister of Defence, Home Affairs and External Communications
Minister for Rodrigues, Outer Islands and Territorial Integrity
|The The Hon Louis Steven OBEEGADOO||Deputy Prime
Minister Minister of Housing and Land Use Planning Minister of Tourism
|The Hon Mrs Leela Devi DOOKUN-LUCHOOMUN, GCSK||Vice-Prime Minister
Minister of Education, Tertiary Education, Science and Technology
|Dr the Hon Mohammad Anwar HUSNOO||Vice-Prime Minister
Minister of Local Government and Disaster Risk Management
|The Hon Alan GANOO
The Hon Nando Bodha (Resigned)
|Minister of Land Transport and Light Rail
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade
|Dr the Hon Renganaden PADAYACHY||Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development|
|The Hon Georges Pierre LESJONGARD||Minister of Energy and Public Utilities|
|The Hon Mrs Fazila JEEWA-DAUREEAWOO, GCSK||Minister of Social Integration, Social Security and National Solidarity|
|The Hon Soomilduth BHOLAH||Minister of Industrial Development, SMEs and Cooperatives|
|The Hon Kavydass RAMANO||Minister of Environment, Solid Waste Management and Climate Change|
|The Hon Mahen Kumar SEERUTTUN||Minister of Financial Services and Good Governance|
|The Hon Maneesh GOBIN||Attorney General Minister of Agro-Industry and Food Security|
|The Hon Jean Christophe Stephan TOUSSAINT||Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Recreation|
|The Hon Mahendranuth Sharma HURREERAM||Minister of National Infrastructure and Community Development|
|The Hon Darsanand BALGOBIN||Minister of Information Technology, Communication and Innovation|
|The Hon Soodesh Satkam CALLICHURN||Minister of Labour, Human Resource Development and Training
Minister of Commerce and Consumer Protection
|Dr the Hon Kailesh Kumar Singh JAGUTPAL||Minister of Health and Wellness|
|The Hon Sudheer MAUDHOO||Minister of Blue Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping|
|The Hon Mrs Kalpana Devi KOONJOO-SHAH||Minister of Gender Equality and Family Welfare|
|The Hon Avinash TEELUCK||Minister of Arts and Cultural Heritage|
|The Hon Teeruthraj HURDOYAL||Minister of Public Service, Administrative and Institutional Reforms|