IMP, ILP, HINDU OR MUSLIM, running for Parliament in Mauritius is never an easy thing; it can be dangerous and corrupting. For Ramsumair, a barrister, his first sojourn into politics will be an eye opener. Ram - as he prefers to be called - wants to stand for the ILP (the Independent Labour Party), but they don't want him, so he stands for the IMP (the Independence Movement Party) instead.For author Sir Ramesh Jeewoolall, The Politician for whom The Party Does Not Matter, is about real politics, the living version, in which the reader will meet the funny man, the man who does politics because he likes it and the man who enters politics to make up the numbers, knowing full well that he will never be elected. The story follows these three archetypes from the day they decide to run to the day when the results are announced.
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