Muvman Liberater

Muvman Liberater
Leader Ivan Collendavelloo
Founder Ivan Collendavelloo
Founded April 2014 (April 2014)
Ideology Democratic socialism
Political position Left-wing
International affiliation None
Colours Maroon
National Assembly of Mauritius
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Muvman Liberater is a left-wing political party in Mauritius founded in 2014 by Ivan Collendavelloo, a lawyer, as a breakaway from the Mauritian Militant Movement (MMM) in protest against MMM leader Paul Berenger's alliance with Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam's Labour Party. It won seven seats in the 2014 General Election, with the elected MPs being Ivan Collendavelloo, Sangeet Fowdar, Anil Gayan, Ravi Rutna, Anwar Husnoo, Eddy Boissezon and Toolsyraj Benydin.[1]

Collendavelloo has stated his intention to reunify the MMM.[2]


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