In an interview given to More Challenge this Saturday, October 5, Ali Mansoor said he accepted a position Montéraire International Fund [IMF], where he will assume the role of assistant director of the Africa Department in January 2014.
However, informed sources hinted on Friday night that the days of Ali Mansoor as Financial Secretary were numbered and that he "no longer had the support of Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam." It is up to us, moreover, that the PM had served on the Minister of Finance, Xavier-Luc Duval, its intention to do so from when the Grand treasurer, currently serving abroad would return. The head of government would understand that he was not satisfied with his work as Financial Secretary.
On the other hand, the Prime Minister would not have approved a trip Mansoor Ali had to do in the company of Xavier-Luc Duval for a mission to New York for talks with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. To this end, the Prime Minister would have instructed the Secretary to the Cabinet, Suresh Seebaluck, not to approve any mission of Ali Mission abroad. Navin Ramgoolam had informed the Minister of Finance.