Mauritian Public Holiday for General Elections in Mauritius in 2020

Mauritian Public Holiday for General Elections in Mauritius in 2020

  How long until Mauritian Public Holiday for General Elections?
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  Dates of Mauritian Public Holiday for General Elections in Mauritius
2019 Mauritius Thu, Nov 7 National Holiday
  Summary
General elections will be held in Mauritius on November 7th 2019.

Mauritius usually holds elections every five years. The current Prime Minister, Pravind Kumar Jugnauth took charge after his father, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, resigned in 2017.

In Mauritian elections, people are divided into 21 constituencies. The twenty constituencies on mainland Mauritius each elect three MPs. The one constituency on the smaller island of Rodrigues returns two. Members are elected on a first-past-the-post system.

Large crowds and heavy traffic are expected. If you are visiting Mauritius, avoid political demonstrations/rallies and carry a photocopy of your ID at all times. 

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