GRAND COMMIS DE L'ETAT : Salaires bruts mensuels de Rs 564 000 pour le FS

Michael Ali Mansoor a également droit à un Gratuity représentant deux mois de salaires et comprenant l'allocation mensuel de 6 900 euros

Le web-site du ministère des Finances affiche depuis récemment les salaires et conditions de services du secrétaire financier, Michael Ali Mansoor, dont le contrat a été renouvelé pour une période de deux à partir de 2012. Difficile à dire si cette initiative fait suite à une interpellation du Whip de l'opposition, Rajesh Bhagwan, qui avait demandé au vice-Premier ministre et ministre des Finances, Xavier-Luc Duval, de déposer sur la table de l'Assemblée nationale ces mêmes détails de même que la liste des missions officielles à l'étranger entreprise par ce Grand Commis des Finances.
Un premier exercice arithmétique rapide indique que les salaires bruts mensuels du secrétaire financier se montent à Rs 564 500, répartis comme suit :
Salaires mensuels : Rs 120 000.
Allocations mensuelles : 6 900 euros, soit Rs 276 000 au taux moyen de Rs 40 l'euro.
Loyer : Rs 50 000 par mois.
Gratuity : deux mois de salaires, dont l'allocation mensuelle de 6 900 euros, susceptible de représenter plus de Rs 700 000.
Allocation d'essence : payable selon le barème du PRB.
Transport : Chauffeur-driven pour des besoins officiels et privés.
Passage Benefits : Billets d'avion en classe, affaires pour le couple Mansoor chaque année sur le trajet Maurice/Washington.
Congés : 21 jours de congé de maladie remboursables, 11 jours de vacances également remboursables et 35 jours de vacation leave cumulables et payables.
Téléphone : Service gratuit avec 100 appels locaux sans frais et des appels à l'étranger jusqu'à hauteur de Rs 3 000 par mois.
Billets d'avion à la fin du contrat : Billets d'avion en Business en aller simple Maurice/Washington pour le couple.
Par ailleurs, le ministère des Finances révèle que le secrétaire financier siège sur 14 conseils d'administration et comités, dont six sont sans rémunération supplémentaire comme suit :
Board                                                     Fees       Date de nomination
Air Mauritius                                 Rs 15 000         29 septembre 2006
Airports of Mtius Ltd                   Rs 20 000         31 octobre 2006
Airport Terminal Operations     Rs 20 000         10 septembre 2008
Mauritius Telecom                       Rs 21 500          29 août 2006
NPF/NSF Investment                 Rs 15 000            2 février 2007
Statistis Mtius                              Rs 10 000             9 novembre 2011
State Informatics Ltd                  Rs 5 000              18 août 2006
Treasury Foreign Currency        Rs 12 000            16 août 2006.
Michael Ali Mansoor siège sur six autres comités et conseils sans aucun paiement, soit la Mauritius Road Infrastructure Finance Ltd, le Regional Multidisciplinary Centre for Excellence, la Regional Development Co. Ltd., le National Committee for Anti-Money Laundering and the Combating of the Financing of Terrorism, le Financial Services Consultative Council et le Financial Stability Committee.

Commentaires

Mo supposer ki si paye ene fonctionnaire normal, et ki pas fer letalage, taux de croissance moris pou reste pareil meme.. donc a koi bon ene FS ki agir coman ene minis et ki koir ki li tout permis. Fou sa boug la dehor svp! mais.. bon, 2015 ou 2016 at the most, Ali baba et les 40 copains pou dehors depi dans pouvoir meme la. ene ti pe patience. mo esperer ki so role dans hedging saga air mauritius et dans bane lezot zafer pou examiner en detail, avant ki li bourrer li retourne Washington!

The latest version of patriotism :Mauritian expertise,Mauritian employer and World Bank super remuneration and benefits.

This is bullshit.....How on earth can someone deliver the goods if he has so much responsibility........Only in Mauritius folks....Only in Mauritius.......Just nod your head and smile.......

From: Godfather.
Who Rules Mauritius?
It is first necessary to define the term "power" and to explain the "indicators" of power that are used to determine who has it. The "indicators" of power are used to determine who has it. "social class," "upper class," "corporate community," "interlocking directorates," the "policy-planning network," the "power elite," the "special-interest process," the "candidate-selection process," and a few others. All of these concepts are necessary in order to understand the nature and operation of the "power structure" in the Mauritius. For all the hue and cry of those that claim to begin life in modest and humble manner, there is as yet no truthful archive that states the real background of those that have rocketed to posts of highest importance inside Mauritius. The usual reference to having been a “marchand gato piment” holds no absolute credentials. Seetanen and Ali Mansoor, amongst others walk the whole path to holding critical posts of importance in Mauritius. Both are staunch supporters of World Bank. Liberal economic policies are their mantra. Reading the list of board membership for Ali Mansoor gives a definite window of the over concentration of powers that prevail for some few in Establishment circle. Still close observers know that the list given is not fully exhaustive where Ali Mansoor sits as board member. There is good reason to query as to whether it is right and proper, and practical to have someone that occupies every inch in the corridor of power. Real and worthwhile focus should be addressed not on Ali Mansoor unlimited wings spreading, but rather who and which institution that backs him all along the invisible curtain. Ali Mansoor is board member for institutions that made headline for gross mismanagement and big loss of tax payer’s money. A vivid example is the hedging saga and the turbulence route of Air Mauritius Company. It is a known fact that when someone sits on several Boards, he\she attends meetings only half way, and this trend goes on without any raising eyebrow. Minister DuvaL DESERVES A MEDAL for releasing the Ali Mansoor employment particulars, and hope the good example goes a long way.

Let me also share my views on the renumeration of Mr A Mansoor. I have had the honour of interacting with Mr Ali Mansoor in several occasions. Besides him I also have had the opportunity of interacting with officials of many international agencies and Permanent Secretaries. Since the first meeting in a Donors symposium I was impressed by the extensive knowldege and skills of Mr. A Mansoor.

As I would like to send by child to the best school in Mauritius, i would be glad to have an intelligent man at the head of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. In order to recruit and retain a gentlemen of his calibre it is worthwhile paying him the salaries he would have earned elsewhere.

WE are getting value for money from him. Just see the financial laws and the introductin of the PBB in just a short lapse of time.He deserves our congratulation. I can still recall what the former President of Mauritius, Mr Cassam Uteem said once, we must go for gold.

I do not regret paying more Taxes to retain a man like Mr Mansoor as Financial Secretary

Jeetoo

Mari meme sa. Couma capav gagne ene job coumsa?

Il siège dans plusieurs conseils d'administration sans salaire... Ha Ha Ha.
Mais il touche des dividendes.
Sans façon et sans vergogne, ces gens pensent-ils au petit mauricien qui a un tout petit salaire et qui n'arrive pas à boucler son fin de mois.

Pou sa qualite performance qui line deliver la li pa merite plus qui Rs14,000 par mois sa.