They are preparing to contest fiercely decision of the municipal council of Curepipe to dislodge this Thursday, November 28. A decision at the council Tuesday and several hawkers and had received their letters of warning. They had to sell their products at the Forum, the place chosen for shelter. Malcontents, these merchants then turned towards justice.
At Wednesday, Nov. 27, they sought an injunction in the Supreme Court. Many of them have even argued they bought locations near the station to almost half a million rupees in order to operate. But their request was rejected.
Categorical, the mayor of Curepipe, Welcome Mario says he does not want the City of Light becomes souk, as in Port-Louis. " There will hygiene and safety. It began talks for months. It is time for action. Especially since they penalize traders who pay, them, the municipal tax. "