Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius

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Not to be confused with Vice Prime Minister of Mauritius.
Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Mauritius
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Incumbent
Ivan Collendavelloo

since 17 December 2014
Style The Honourable
Nominator Sir Anerood Jugnauth
Appointer President
Term length 5 years or earlier, renewable
Inaugural holder Sir Abdool Razack Mohamed
Formation 12 March 1968; 49 years ago (1968-03-12)
Salary Rs 2.5 Million[1]
Website Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities
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The Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Mauritius (French: Vice-Premier Ministre) is the senior member of the Cabinet of Mauritius. The actual Deputy Prime Minister Ivan Collendavelloo was appointed by the President on 20 December 2016 after the resignation of Xavier-Luc Duval. The Deputy Prime Minister is the first in line to succeed the Prime Minister on a temporary basis in case the latter is out of the country, sick, resigns or dies suddenly.

Overview[edit]

According to the Constitution of Mauritius there shall be a Prime Minister and a Deputy Prime Minister who shall be appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister.[2]

The Deputy Prime Minister is the first person to hold the office of Prime Minister and head of government in case the latter is absent from Mauritius or is by reason of illness or of section 60(5) unable to perform the functions conferred on him by the Constitution. The President, by directions in writing, authorize the Deputy Prime Minister or, in his absence, some other Minister to perform those functions and that Minister may perform those functions (Acting Prime Minister) until his authority is revoked by the President.[2]

List of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

# Incumbent Portrait Elected Tenure Other ministerial offices
held while in post
Political
affiliation
Prime Minister
Took office Left office
Mauritius (Commonwealth realm)
1. Sir Abdool Razack Mohamed No image.png 1967 12 March 1968 20 December 1976 CAM Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam
2. Sir Gaëtan Duval No image.png 1976 20 December 1976 11 June 1982 PMSD Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam
3. Harish Boodhoo No image.png 1982 11 June 1982 21 August 1983 PSM Sir Anerood Jugnauth
(2) Sir Gaëtan Duval No image.png 1983 21 August 1983 11 December 1988 PMSD Sir Anerood Jugnauth
4. Sir Satcam Boolell No image.png 1987 11 December 1988 25 February 1990 MLP Sir Anerood Jugnauth
5. Prem Nababsing No image.png 1991 25 February 1990 12 March 1992 MMM Sir Anerood Jugnauth
Republic of Mauritius
Prem Nababsing No image.png 1991 12 March 1992 20 December 1995 MMM Sir Anerood Jugnauth
6. Paul Bérenger Paul Bérenger.png 1995 20 December 1995 16 November 1997 Minister of Foreign Affairs, International & Regional Co-operation MMM Dr. Navin Ramgoolam
7. Kailash Purryag No image.png 1995 16 November 1997 11 September 2000 Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Trade MLP Dr. Navin Ramgoolam
(6) Paul Bérenger Paul Bérenger.png 2000 11 September 2000 30 September 2003 Minister of Finance MMM Sir Anerood Jugnauth
8. Pravind Jugnauth Pravind Jugnauth.jpg 2000 30 September 2003 5 July 2005 Minister of Finance MSM Paul Raymond Berenger
9. Dr. Rashid Beebeejaun No image.png 2005 5 July 2005 5 May 2010 Minister of Public Infrastructure, Land Transport & Shipping
(2005 to 2008)
Minister of Renewable Energy and Public Utilities
(2008 to 2010)
MLP Dr. Navin Ramgoolam
2010 5 May 2010 17 December 2014 Minister of Renewable Energy and Public Utilities
(2010 to -)
Minister of Energy and Public Utilities
10. Xavier-Luc Duval Xavier-Luc Duval - World Economic Forum on Africa 2012 crop.jpg 2014 17 December 2014 19 December 2016 Minister of Tourism & External Communications PMSD Sir Anerood Jugnauth
11. Ivan Collendavelloo 2014 20 December 2016 Incumbent Minister of Tourism
Minister of Energy & Public Utilities
ML Sir Anerood Jugnauth

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rapport du Pay Research Bureau – Les gros salaires avoisineront Rs 200 000" (in French). Le Défi Media Group. Retrieved 22 April 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "The Constitution" (PDF). Government of Mauritius. Retrieved 20 April 2013.