Do you think Fridays For Future Mauritius will be effective in the long term?

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sarah_7 19 Oct 2019

FFFM is an apolitical group of volunteers for climate change. One of their requests is the banning of 20 pesticides in Mauritius.


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gices 19 Oct 2019

It will be a positive step for the environment but as a political party you need to do more for the country and its people. Banning pesticides is just a small change.

What will be done for the economy? Any plans for the workforce, what about retired people? How about the prices of food? Transport, healthcare etc?

sarah_7 20 Oct 2019

lol it's not a political party.

gices 20 Oct 2019 sillly of me. I read your question too quick and mistook "apolitical" for "a political" party :D

sarah_7 20 Oct 2019

you're not silly. mistakes happen