animal abuse, Le Tampon, legislative and Saint-Pierre

animal abuse, Le Tampon, legislative and Saint-Pierre
animal abuse, Le Tampon, legislative and Saint-Pierre

GOOD EVENING THE MEETING – On the front page of this Monday evening, June 24, 2024: – Police: animals left behind rescued in a squat in Montgaillard – Le Tampon: Patrice Thien Ah Koon elected new mayor of the commune – Anticipated legislative elections: “every vote will count and represents a possibility of saving the Republic” – Saint-Pierre: two employees electrocuted on a construction site, the vital prognosis of one of the victims engaged

Police: animals left behind rescued in a squat in Montgaillard

This Monday, January 24, 2024, the national police of Reunion Island dismantled a squat in Montgaillard. On site, animals tied up and unsupervised were rescued. In particular, a dog was able to find the home of its real owner.

Le Tampon: Patrice Thien Ah Koon elected new mayor of the town

It’s a page that is turning this Monday, June 24, 2024 in the town of Le Tampon. Patrice Thien Ah Koon – son of the former councilor – is elected mayor with 41 votes out of 49. After nearly forty years under the mandate of André Thien Ah Koon, this Monday, the approximately 80,000 inhabitants of the town of Hauts discovered the name and face of their new mayor. A new councilor elected by the Municipal Council – after the ousting of his father, sentenced to five years of ineligibility by the Court of Appeal.

Anticipated legislative elections: “each vote will count and represents a possibility of saving the Republic”

This Monday, June 24, 2024, the Pour La Réunion movement bringing together the New Popular Front – a coalition of part of the Reunion left – unveils its program for the legislative elections. A program drawn from the NFP proposals at the national level. As the first round of elections draws closer, MEP Younous Omarjee came to lend his support to the PLR ​​candidates and its allies.

Saint-Pierre: two employees electrocuted on a construction site, the vital prognosis of one of the victims engaged

Two construction site employees were electrocuted by high voltage wires in Saint-Pierre this Monday, June 24, 2024. The vital prognosis of one of the victims is compromised. An investigation was opened to determine the circumstances of the accident.

Reunion Island News, Featured, Good evening

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