If this is not confirmation, it looks like it. While speculation is rife about an alliance between the Militant Socialist Movement (MSM) and the Mauritian Social Democratic Party (PMSD), Transport Minister Alan Ganoo, one of the leaders of Linite Militan, a partner in the government alliance, said: “We do not know yet where the negotiations have reached with the MSM.”

He was to add, in a statement to Radio Plus on Monday, July 8, 2024, that “in due course, the leader of the alliance will inform us. Up to now, we have not made any objections. We have not said anything in this sense regarding a possible alliance with the PMSD. An alliance is based first on the basis of a program and then we will see about the tickets and others. It is the leader of the alliance who discusses with all the partners.”

Alan Ganoo wants to silence the rumors according to which Pravind Jugnauth's partners, that is to say Ivan Collendavelloo (Muvman Liberater), Steven Obeegadoo and himself, would not agree that Xavier-Luc Duval and the PMSD should be added to the coalition in place for the general elections. This, mainly for a reason of number of investitures to be entrusted to the Blues in the event of an alliance.

For Alan Ganoo, “it is the leader of the alliance who discusses with all the partners. This is how negotiations are done and this is how discussions are done at the investiture level.”

Would a PMSD arrival mean fewer tickets for the other MSM partners? “For the moment, I can't tell you if it's true, because the PMSD is coming, it will be to the detriment of Linite Militan in terms of tickets. Let's wait for the situation to evolve.”

Alan Ganoo then clarified that “it is absolutely false that there are internal problems. For us, it is clear that our political adversaries have understood that our activities on the ground are successful. Our political adversaries are destabilized and traumatized.”

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