Parliamentary proceedings began on Tuesday 9 July with the Private Notice Question (PNQ) of the Leader of the Opposition, focusing on the judgment rendered on 4 July by the Privy Council against the Ministry of Environment. This body confirmed the broad interpretation of the Supreme Court of Mauritius concerning the capacity of the NGO Eco-Sud (locus standi) to challenge the project.

It should be recalled that the NGO Eco-Sud is contesting a large-scale project by Pointe d'Esny Lakeside Company Limited in Pointe-d'Esny, including the construction of 172 villas, 278 apartments, 100 duplexes, various commercial facilities, as well as an apartment hotel complex, on a 70.9 hectare site, for an estimated cost of Rs 11 billion.

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