The fourth anniversary of the FCM was celebrated with great pomp and in a festive atmosphere, marked by the interpretation of songs, this Sunday, November 27, at a gathering of the faithful of Jocelyn Grégoire the Champ de Mars. The FCM President invited the 3000 people who had moved to celebrate what he considers the victories of the Federation on several fronts.
The priest argues, among other things, that it was the fight of the FCM that the government finally introduce Kreol to school in January 2012. He says that this is a victory to celebrate. The same applies to the distribution of jobs in public service on an ethnic basis. The situation has improved significantly, according to Jocelyn Grégoire.
Another victory claimed by the President of the FCM: the "awareness of the importance of education" for the advancement of the community. He also praised the entrepreneurial spirit which would now show the component of the Mauritian population which he is the spokesman.
At the end of his speech that Father Gregory has vigorously challenged the political leadership of the country for an effective fight against the scourge of drugs. It calls for the establishment of a commission of inquiry to reinvigorate the fight against drugs. The priest called for, otherwise, a "refresh" the report of the commission chaired by Maurice Rault in 1986.
Previously, he had a strong appeal for young people to engage in politics. "We need more of Creoles integrate the four major political parties, citing specifically the Labour Party (NTP), the Mauritian Militant Movement (MMM), the Militant Socialist Movement (MSM) and the Mauritian Social Democratic Party (PMSD).
The rally ended with a session of group therapy to stimulate the feeling of self-confidence led by Jocelyn Gregoire, who is also a trained psychologist.