Common Front Against the Penalty Points: War Between Ah Yan and Bahadoor Open
19 March 2013 - The Défi Media Group
The Common Front against the penalty points is on the verge of implosion.
Saturday, it was decided to "completely separate" from Raffick Bahadoor and his "band". In a statement signed by the hand of George Ah Yan, it was decided to "expel" Raffick Bahadoor, President of the Common Front. Since the official announcement of the ouster of president of the association of taxi drivers is a real standoff took place between him and George Ah Yan.
Raffick Bahadoor, ostracized, and open hostilities "George Ah Yan is not a leader of a transport union. He does not understand the difference between a union and a political party. " Georges Ah Yan, according to him, has no support from members of this front.
This gives the replica clockwork: "We have seen that there are two schools of thought within the Common Front against the position to take on the license points. Raffick Bahadoor threatened to undermine the cohesion of the group. Hence our decision to expel him. " If George Ah Yan believes that the penalty points should be based on four criteria, including drinking and driving, pro-Raffick Bahadoor are totally against this. To make matters worse, Haniff Peerun says no decision has been taken in relation to the layoff Raffick Bahadoor. While President of the Mauritius Labour Congress is presented by Georges Ah Yan as one of those who took the decision.