MP MSM Showkutally Soodhun look to the Prime Minister the income received by the national station on royalties and advertising from 2010 to date. He also asked if the MBC always keeps its premises Forest Side and for what purposes. It will also look to the Prime Minister why she has an office in the Cerne House, Port Louis.
For its part, Rajesh Bhagwan will focus on revenue of MBC 2005 to date and the amount of tax paid, the number of persons employed on a permanent basis and under contract as well as their salaries. He also asked the amount borrowed by the station that were guaranteed by the government. He would also like to know the amount of subsidies it received from the government and international organizations.
In the portion of other questions to the Prime Minister, Aadil Ameer MEEA (MMM) would like to know whether a named KB was arrested by police following comments on Facebook, the charges against her and the outcome of the police investigation .
Satish Boolell (MMM) asked the Prime Minister if police will face a disciplinary committee is authorized to retain the services of a lawyer of their choice Other issues that are found in this portion of parliamentary proceedings relating to Computer Literacy Training in the police force (Françoise Labelle), E-Judiciary Project (Veda Baloomoody) contributions collected by the Prime Minister's Relief Fund (Ariane Navarre-Marie) and the statement by a representative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to the effect that 85% of prisoners relapse to their release (Steven Obeegadoo).
It also will challenge the Prime Minister on the measures taken by the authorities to prevent prisoners reoffending after their release. Kavi Ramano (MMM) will challenge the leader of the Government's White Paper on Electoral Reform.