Jaya Krishna Cuttaree
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Jaya Krishna Cuttaree
Jaya Krishna Cuttaree in 2004.

Jaya Krishna Cuttaree, GCSK (born June 22, 1941, died 19 December 2018). The son of a tailor, Jayen Cuttaree, grew up in Rose Hill, Mauritius and had a rich political career. He is the descendant of an Indian immigrant. He was a member of Constituency No. 19 (Stanley / Rose Hill) from 1982 to 2010. A lawyer by profession, he was appointed Minister for the first time in 1982 following the legislative elections that year. He was appointed Minister of Labour. Jayen Cuttaree then served as Minister of Lands and Housing after the victory of the MSM-MMM alliance in the 1991 Legislative Assembly.

Following the 2000 general elections, he was appointed Minister of Industry and Trade. In 2005, Jayen Cuttaree was a candidate for the position of Director General of the WTO as a candidate of the African Union. Holder of a BSc in Forestry from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, and a MSc and PhD in Plant Ecology from the University of Uppsala in Sweden, Jayen Cuttaree also studied law.

Jayen Cuttaree proceeded to his book launch on Thursday 8 December 2011. The book is titled: "Behind The Purple Curtain: A Political Autobiography" and is published by ELP Publications. "Through vivid anecdotes told in his own personal voice, Dr. Cuttaree lifts the veil on intimate details never revealed before about historical figures with whom he has interacted closely: Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, Paul Berenger, Dr. Navinchandra Ramgoolam, and other well known protagonists whom we encounter behind the scenes... This captivating autobiography is a must read for all those who are interested to learn more about modern Mauritian history, especially acute observers of the complex Mauritian political arena."

Jayen Cuttaree is remembered as one amongst the finest politicians that Mauritius has ever known. He gave its nobility to Mauritian politics with his oratory skills, respect for his political adversaries and people-centered approach.

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