Mayotte

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travel costs. Depending on the region, the number of rounds may vary from four to as many as eight with each region sending a set number of clubs to the 7th round. The regions conduct rounds of matches up until the 7th round when professional clubs enter the competition. All of the clubs are then split and drawn against each other randomly, regardless of regional affiliation. In the overseas departments and territories (Overseas departments and territories of France), territories


Comores

'' ("moon"). The archipelago is notable for its diverse culture and history, as a nation formed at the crossroads of many civilizations. It is the southernmost member state of the Arab League. Though in the contested island of Mayotte the sole official language is French, the "Union of the Comoros

;(not shown) French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Réunion, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna 3 - 127 Grande Terre (Geography of Mayotte) France 162,036 (2007 census) - The '''Comoros Islands''' (Shikomori ''Komori''; Arabic جزر القمر ''Juzur al-Qamar''; French (French language) Les Comores

population chose to remain under French sovereignty was illegal. If the reintegration of Mayotte with the Comoros Islands cannot be achieved, the NGO advocates an exceptional migrant status for the inhabitants of Mayotte—the Mahorais—which would remove the requirement for visas between the Comores and Mayotte. - 182 align left


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Shimaore ethnic_groups_year 2011

History of the Comoros (History of Comoros) for the history of Mayotte before 1974. In 1500, the Maore or Mawuti (contraction of the Arabic جزيرة الموت Jazīrat al-Mawt -meaning island of death and corrupted to Mayotte in French) sultanate was established on the island. In 1503, Mayotte was observed by Portuguese explorers, but not colonized. In 1832, it was conquered by Andriantsoly, former king of Iboina (Boina Kingdom) on Madagascar; in 1833, conquered by the neighboring


diverse culture

'' ("moon"). The archipelago is notable for its diverse culture and history, as a nation formed at the crossroads of many civilizations. It is the southernmost member state of the Arab League. Though in the contested island of Mayotte the sole official language is French, the "Union of the Comoros


education year

Education in 2006 among pupils registered in CM2 (Education in France#Primary education) (equivalent to fifth grade in the US and Year 6 (Education in England#Primary education) in England and Wales). Questions were asked regarding the languages spoken by the pupils as well as the languages spoken by their parents. According to the survey, the ranking of mother tongues was the following (ranked by number of first language speakers in the total population; note that percentages add up to more than 100% because some people are natively bilingual): Wikipedia:Mayotte Dmoz:Regional Africa Mayotte commons:Mayotte


educational social

some customary laws, adopting the standard French civil code, and reforming the judiciary, educational, social and fiscal systems, and will take place over a period of about 20 years. Despite its domestic constitutional


hit music

, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Norway, Réunion, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and Tahiti. NRJ plays current, trendy music for young audiences. Their slogan is "Hit music only". They also operate the NRJ 12, NRJ Paris, NRJ Hits music television station in France. thumb An Air Austral Boeing 777-200ER in old Aircraft livery livery (File:Air Austral Boeing 777-200ER F-OMAY CDG 2005-6-20.png) at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in 2005


Mauritius

on the island, of various ethnic origins), make up the majority of the population. Groups that are not creole include people from Metropolitan France (known as zoreils) and those from Mayotte and the Comoros. Other nearby island countries and territories include Zanzibar to the west, Mauritius, Rodrigues, Agalega and Réunion to the south, Comoros and Mayotte to the southwest. Seychelles, with an estimated population of 86,525, has the List of countries

referred to as '''Zanzibar'''), and Pemba (Pemba Island). Other nearby island countries and territories include Comoros and Mayotte to the south, Mauritius and Réunion to the far southeast, and the Seychelles Islands (Seychelles) about 1,500 km to the east. Arab and Portuguese traders visited the region in early times, and it was controlled by Omanis (Oman) in the 18th and 19th centuries. Britain established a protectorate (1890) that became an independent sultanate

; tt ) FR-YT Mayotte ( YT (ISO 3166-2:YT) ) - - id "YT" YT Mayotte 1993 .yt - * Comoros, Mauritius, and Seychelles – small island nations in the Indian Ocean * Réunion and Mayotte – French overseas territories (French overseas departments and territories) also in the Indian Ocean. ''East Africa'' is often used


national education

: www.insee.fr fr themes detail.asp?reg_id 27&ref_id 1102&page donnees_detaillees rp2007 resultats_detailles rp2007_langues_lang1m.htm title LANG1M- Population de 14 ans ou plus par sexe, âge et langues parlées first Government of France (Cabinet of France) last INSEE accessdate 2013-10-10 language fr 2006 survey by France's Ministry of National Education A survey was conducted by the French Minister of National Education (France) Ministry of National

conducted by the Ministry of National Education showed that while first and second language speakers of French represented 56.9% of the population in general, this figure was only 37.7% for the parents of CM2 pupils, but reached 97.0% for the CM2 pupils themselves (whose age is between 10 and 14 in general). Nowadays there are instances of families speaking only French to their children in the hope of helping their social advancement. With French schooling and French language television, many young people turn to French or use many French words when speaking Shimaore and Kibushi, leading some to fear that these native languages of Mayotte could either disappear or become some sort of French-based creole (French-based creole languages). Wikipedia:Mayotte Dmoz:Regional Africa Mayotte commons:Mayotte

Education in 2006 among pupils registered in CM2 (Education in France#Primary education) (equivalent to fifth grade in the US and Year 6 (Education in England#Primary education) in England and Wales). Questions were asked regarding the languages spoken by the pupils as well as the languages spoken by their parents. According to the survey, the ranking of mother tongues was the following (ranked by number of first language speakers in the total population; note that percentages add up


hits music

, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Norway, Réunion, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and Tahiti. NRJ plays current, trendy music for young audiences. Their slogan is "Hit music only". They also operate the NRJ 12, NRJ Paris, NRJ Hits music television station in France. thumb An Air Austral Boeing 777-200ER in old Aircraft livery livery (File:Air Austral Boeing 777-200ER F-OMAY CDG 2005-6-20.png) at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in 2005

Mayotte

'''Mayotte''' ( and, with its 212,645 people, is very densely populated at 569 per km² (1,473 per sq mi).

Its biggest city and prefecture is Mamoudzou. The territory is geographically (physical geography) part of the Comoro Islands, but the people of Mayotte chose to remain politically (political geography) a part of France in the 1975 referendum. The territory is also known as Maore, the native name of its main island, especially by advocates of its inclusion in the Union of Comoros (Comoros). In a 2009 referendum (Mahoran status referendum, 2009), the population overwhelmingly approved accession to status of department (95.2% voted in favour of departmental status). Mayotte became an overseas department on 31 March 2011 and became an Outermost region of the European Union on 1 January 2014.

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