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All eyes on Government MP after claims that ‘he will quit’

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All eyes are reportedly on Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and Government MP, Zahid Nazurally, after lawyer Rama Valayden reportedly suggested during a press conference that “Nazurally is going to leave them.”

Valayden was cited by l’Express newspaper that, just like Nando Bodha (ex-Foreign Affairs Minister), Nazurally, who hails from the Government alliance’s minority partner Muvmen Liberater, would also quit.

Bodha has been a long-serving member and ex-secretary general of the MSM party. He resigned as Minister and MSM member on February 6, on claims that the MSM had drifted away from its original principles.

According to Valayden, Nazurally will quit on October 26, on the day Parliament is back.

However, Nazurally was cited by Wazaa FM as contradicting the claim. “I decide of what I say, no one else,” he reportedly told the radio station.

The MP, who was elected in Constitutency No. 10 (Montagne-Blanch / Grande-Rivière-Sud-Est), said he is still a member of Pravind Jugnauth’s government majority and  has no plans to leave it anytime soon.

Nonetheless, the Deputy Speaker reportedly conceded that he is in good terms with members of the opposition and with Rama Valayden.

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