Lamars 29 Août

Mauritius living a historical moment after Wakashio oil spill disaster and local government perceived inactions and complete failure on prevention and post-event lack of competency to manage the situation. Also, perceived lack of transparency and severe democratic principles breach have been reported in various media.

37 dolphins have been reported dead during this week causing even more pain and anger among the population.

Campaigners and mauritians abroad have staged protests around the world in response that has damaged the environment and endangered wildlife. International organizations on human rights, marine and wildlife protection have been alerted.

A march across the island was planned for midday on Saturday 29 August, with similar action taking place next to Mauritian embassies around the world, including London, Paris, Perth and Montréal.

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