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Political representatives from the Indian Ocean meet President James Michel of the Seychelles

Political representatives from the Indian Ocean meet President James Michel of the Seychelles ( President James Michel of the Seychelles made time last week to meet the political representatives from the Indian Ocean islands who were in Seychelles for the 2012 Festival Kreol and for the meeting of Women in Politics in the Indian Ocean.

President James Michel met Madame Nissimah Dindar, the President of the Women Regional Council, who also holds the responsibility of the Women in Politics in the Indian Ocean. For the visit at State House in the Seychelles, Madame Nissimah Dindar was accompanied by Madame Minis Mireille Martin from Mauritius, Madame Mroudjae Moinaecha from Comoros, Madame Aurelie Razafinjato from Madagascar, Madame Fatoumia Ali Bazi from the Indian Ocean Comission, Madame Marie Therese Clair-Brault from the Mauritius Island of Rodrigues, and Ambassador Marie-Pierre Lloyd of the Seychelles.

Discussions centered on the extraordinary progress made by Seychelles in the rights of women and young ladies. Ambassador Marie-Pierre Lloyd pointed out that the majority of the ladies at the meeting have said that they were happy that the third meeting of their grouping was being held in Seychelles because Seychelles is today perceived as an example for the region and a point of reference because Seychelles remains more advanced on matters concerning women especially on the question of decision-making in politics and administration of the country.

Madame Nassimah Dindar also used the meeting with the Seychelles President to congratulate the accomplishments of women in Seychelles. “Seychelles remains an example for all the islands of the Indian Ocean because you have women in government, in the diplomatic postings, and also the will to work as a family where everyone has their place in the Creole culture. A woman needs to be respected and to be the link for the development of their country,” Madame Nissimah Dindar said.

President James Michel also met separately with Madame Nissimah Dindar to discuss cooperation between Seychelles and the region especially in the field of tourism, education, and cultural exchanges before the official visit by the Seychelles President in the region in November.


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