The leader of the Rassemblement Mauricien Nando Bodha runs the risk of being kicked out of an alliance to bring together all opposition parties.
Last Friday, he reportedly claimed he was not convinced that an alliance with Labour Party and its leader Navin Ramgoolam could help in winning the next general elections, legally scheduled for 2024.
He added that he was also not convinced that such an alliance could bring major changes to the country. He reportedly expressed his ambition to take over the opposition platform if the MMM and the PMSD joined Labour.
The statement is said to have annoyed everyone within the opposition, some claiming that “bridges are now cut between the Entente de l’Espoir and the RM”.
Bodha spent most go his political career within the MSM ruling party, which he quit in 2021.
Source: Defi Media