Thursday, February 19, 2009

3 Places From Which Mansoor Has to Resign

Numero uno: Air Mauritius. He's part of the board that's responsible for a hedging mess that's going to dwarf the Rs4.76 billion that government has budgeted to spend on secondary and tertiary education this financial year.

The second place is as Financial Secretary. He has made a mess of Mauritius whichever way you look at it. We are a less competitive and more unequal country since he was handed the job by his university buddy in 2006. And after robust inflation with average growth of the past three years we're now going to get robust inflation with anemic growth with unemployment stuck in the double digits for all intents and purposes. And that's before the damning audit report.

And finally as Chairman of the Investment Committee of the National Pension Fund because he can't make the financial-markets-moving rules and head the country's largest pension fund at the same time. That's a conflict of interest.

1 comment:

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Sa finn arive me 4 banane apre ki nun ekrir sa. Bon se vre ki torti kontan pran tu so letan. Ek tu nu letan usi.