Thursday, April 7, 2011

Kuma Pu Regle Problem Dilo

  1. Met laru anba marovakwa apre buz li kot lapli tonbe
  2. Rekumans priye selman sakula dimann bondye viz inpe kuma dimunn
  3. Mont pri dilo par 10-20% parski sa pu rempli marovakwa tudswit
  4. Lans enn enhancement program pu bann minis -- fer cabinet meeting fini dimans tanto
  5. Fer bann fib optik sarye dilo
  6. Fer tu tax vinn zero kumsa gouvernman pu gagn kas pu ranz enn lot rezervwar
  7. Fer pers tu bann tiyo distribisyon kumsa delo aret perdi
  8. Rempli enn de avion sitern ar dilo lapli apre fer zet sa dan marovakwa tu le zur
  9. Fer Moris vinn dan le dis premier dan sa gran gran gran ranking kiapel Doing Business la
  10. Dir bann turis amenn zot prop dilo

18 comments:

Hossen said...

Mo Kontribution:

Donne minis Beebeejaun 1 augmentation la paye, li merit li.Ca pu motiv plis enkor.

Anonymous said...

Please please please, get this published in Le Forum as soon as you can. It's the best piece seen so far on here.

Anonymous said...

'Fer tu tax vinn zero kumsa gouvernman pu gagn kas pu ranz enn lot rezervwar'

I think you should change that to 'Fer corporate tax vinn zero kumsa gouvernman pu gagn kas pu ranz enn lot rezervwar'

This is how I would have put it.Its still at the low end remember with a few positive but cosmetic changes so far

Anonymous said...

Li enkor p koz Prof Nobel ki flat Moris.

Anonymous said...

Stiglitz ti bizen reste Maurice ene mois lerla li ti pou connais ki sanla Navin !

Anonymous said...

I wonder how many more times the PM will refer to Prof. Stiglitz? This time the emphasis was well on 'Amerik besoin apprendre avec Moris'

Should Obama come here to follow an enhancement program Sanjay is talking about?

Anonymous said...

TIME MACHINE NEWS

The name plate of the next reservoir:
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R.Beebeejaun National Reservoir -

Inaugurated by (insert name) on 25 December 2051. Minister Beebeejaun was one of the most prominent public water services policy maker in the recent history of Modern Mauritius.He donated his entire fortune for the construction of this facility.
........................................

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with anonymousApril 9, 2011 8:04 AM

By the time this new reservoir is built maybe the me will eventually.......and the dam will be renamed. no joke, just watch the cinema

Anonymous said...

person pas oule pret nous cash pou reservoir. terrible ca!

eski pas ti capave demande MCB, State Bank et les autres. La banque BAI tout ca?

akagugo said...

@ Anonymous of April 13, 2011 12:25 PM:

Ayou... ki ou'nn gagner...? Lazy bankers pou prete nou cash pou faire reservoir?? So you want to get that loan against what kind of security...? And do you think they'll accept a repayment in 50 years' time, or will they choose to go for "vente à la barre" (of the country itself, who knows?) and run away with the proceeds of the sale...?
Deza ena ki pe rode augmente prix dilo bonavini!
Oh please, don't give them ideas... you've lost a very good opportunity to stay silent on this one.

Anti-Tinawala said...

My Uncle exGovenor said we could borrow locally, it must be possible, I think.

Anonymous said...

Did they check the Kuwait Fund? The arabs dont have space to keep all of their money, they are always looking for people to help them keep it - they have no room basically.

BTW, its almost offical now, the cwa rate is going up

akagugo said...

@ Anti-Tinawala:
"could borrow locally"?
I'd say SHOULD borrow locally. For example, by issuing Sukuk, instead of borrowing in foreign currency, instead of letting the local money be squandered in the numerous gambling houses and get Mauritians positively involved in (and reap safe, tax-deductible and secure profits from) large-scale infrastructure projects...

Anonymous said...

P faire rier - hey pas monter moi ca paper ca banne persone ki dire capave faire transport gratuit la do.

akagugo said...

Pareil couma bann nouvo plak niméro sipozé faire bann la-route vinn plis 'safe', mo cwar nou capav aide pou rezoud nou problem dilo par force tou bann revendeur et popiéterr la-pompe dilo ("water pump") mett enn plak spécial reglementerr/obligatoire pou empess ti-planterr ek gro-volerr kokin dilo depi dans bann canal ek 'water-courses' en zénéral.
Ki ou dir, Miniss plak pas ti pou content ar bann lidé coumha la? :-)

akagugo said...

Tourvé lah: san ki privatizé ou tax monté, Marovakwa apé débordé foutour!
By the way, it's normal that it's overspilling at these places: these are protection mechanisms to prevent erosion of the dam base and core, and these should be preserved from human construction encroachment, unlike at La Ferme reservoir these days: for a start, God knows who allowed these people to settle there initially.
Also by the way, the overspilling water is not getting wasted: they are captured further downstream by other smaller river dams and diverted for treatment and conversion into a potable form. A bit like that is being done at M3 (Terre Rouge-Verdun): the water table that has been intercepted is 'leaking' everyday into the road drain, which flows into a downstream river, which is routed to a surface reservoir feeding the water supply system of the region...

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Common sense. Why we keep interfering with the natural order of things I understand not.

akagugo said...

Why "keep interfering with the natural order of things"?
Go ask those who decided to build that goddamn abortion of a road across such fertile (but unstable) slopes instead opting for the widening of an already-existing and much shorter track that went somewhere around Pieter Both and through Malenga and Crève-Coeur.
Same as for the so many beaches and view points that were horribly maimed and scarred beyond recognition over the recent decades.
Ça crève le coeur...