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Mauritius is a constitutional parliamentary democracy of approximately 1.3 million citizens governed by a prime minister, a council of ministers, and a National Assembly.
The Alliance of the Future, a coalition led by Prime Minister Navinchandra Ramgoolam, won the majority of National Assembly seats in the May 5 election, which was judged by international and local observers to be generally free and fair. The following human rights problems were reported: security force abuse of suspects and detainees; prison overcrowding; restrictions on media freedom; official corruption; violence and societal discrimination against women; abuse and sexual exploitation of children; some abuse based on sexual orientation; discrimination against persons living with HIV/AIDS; restrictions on labor rights, antiunion discrimination, and child labor.
Unlike in the previous year, no data was available on the number of abuse complaints filed by prisoners.
As of November 30, the Central Prison, which has a capacity of 1,064, held 1,476 prisoners, including 138 female prisoners and 1,338 male prisoners.
The NHRC may report cases of police abuse to the Office of the DPP.
Police corruption and abuse of detainees were problems.
Agathe stopped his motorbike to reproach the six plainclothes officers for the near collision and reported the incident to uniformed police officers who drove towards him.
During the incident one of the six plainclothes police officers accused him of stealing a mobile phone and 7,000 rupees (9).
A detainee's relative reported that prison guards had beaten some of the inmates.
There were no developments in the September 2009 case of a man whom the police allegedly beat and sexually assaulted.