The parliament in Mauritius will on Tuesday debate a motion of no confidence filed against the government by the leader of the opposition Xavier-Luc Duval. The motion follows last month’s protests against high prices of food, public transport, petroleum products, and cooking gas. Duval, the BBC reports, also wants the government to reverse some of its “unhealthy policies” and take urgent measures to improve the well-being of citizens. The no-confidence motion is the first in 26 years.