Add to My Yahoo! Add to NetvibesAdd to Google
fr en it  
  Friday, 19th december 2014  
help ¦ about us ¦ contact ¦ ¦


Transportation companies groaning but postponing their strike 24/04/2012 | 17:40:57

The capital city’s transportation companies were intending to strike on April 25th. As a conclusion to a general assembly, the strike was finally cancelled. A meeting with ministry officials proved however not enough to remove worries once for all.

Urban transportation companies have long been complaining due to skyrocketing fuel prices. Rising fares downtown have however been avoided all along the latest decade. On this account, companies are arguing that they have long been compelled to bear increasingly significant losses. In this sense, the affected companies are intending to stop working this way. The ongoing talks with the ministry are now focusing on a potential subvention to be granted to urban transportation companies


Send this news to a friend


Comment this article (1)



(1) There is actually no comment about this article


01/05/2012 | 12:13:42
As a result to April 28th’s latest clashes between former president Marc Ravalomanana’s supporters and police forces supportive of the High Authority of Transition, the former president finally realized how impossible coexistence into this current political transition actually is. In the run of a phone line call addressed to his supporters gathered inside the Magro square, the former president “summoned” his collaborators to suspend the political sphere’s involvement into the transitional institutions. Back to mutual corners, we are now in for the challenge. Andry Rajoelina’s TGV party is just as so eager to remove the rival sphere’s Mamy Rakotoarivelo from the transitional congress’s presidency. So be it, the crisis settlement roadmap is definitely dead. Only an elusive political miracle would bring any more change to this matter of fact [See]

30/04/2012 | 11:28:52
The local foreign office and the communication minister jointly published that they summoned a couple of SADC representatives from the organization’s resident office in Antananarivo. Both figures actually were in Ambohijatovo on Saturday, April 28th, and witnessed the clashes between the HAT’s forces and the Marc Ravalomanana political sphere’s supporters intending to hold a meeting on the Place of Democracy, whose access has been being forbidden since years. Both SADC representatives happen to be suspected of biasness by the transitional power. [See]

23/04/2012 | 18:14:06
The transition makes no place to the democratic debate no more. The Ravalomanana political sphere is planning to resume street demonstrations namely on the Place of Democracy, currently locked by the ruling power. This group is definitely not the single one willing to express its point down to the street. The FREE FM radio station’s managers promised to emulate onto the place of May 13th, should the ruling power dare to close it by force. [See]

20/04/2012 | 11:09:41
A 31 years old Frenchwoman was found lying dead on a beach north from the southern city of Toliara. Her friend is still missing. The general direction of the national state police and even the armed forces’ top command are jointly addressing the issue. Locals have never seen this before. An exceptional case, isn’t it? [See]

18/04/2012 | 09:52:34
Merely one week following the opening flight, Air Madagascar’s Airbus A 340 type aircraft got its opening breakdown. The airline company had to cancel its flight linking Antananarivo, Marseille and Paris on April 17th. The technical malfunction happens to be a blow for the company as well as for the dictating leadership for the plane was intensively turned into a propaganda tool. [See]

16/04/2012 | 17:08:10
The disappointment is huge for the supporters of ousted president Marc Ravalomanana as a consequence of the new amnesty bill happening to be ruling the former head of state out, condemned by the HAT’s justice for murder in the case February 7th, 2009. True reconciliation between the main opposing sides in this crisis is definitely impossible. Everyone is in expectation of the Ravalomanana sphere’s reaction to this. Logically, it is supposed to pull out of from the crisis settlement process. The movement’s leader has however not yet given the green light. [See]

13/04/2012 | 10:23:46
The amnesty bill was passed by the transitional congress. Parliamentarians true to former president Marc Ravalomanana stepped out of the place in the run of the vote. The transition is close to collapsing. The crash, actually a foregone conclusion, is now inevitable. Maybe was it worth it. [See]

12/04/2012 | 12:35:53
The United Nations will be sending electoral experts to Madagascar within the next few days. They are deemed to come on April 20th. The current political debate, however, mainly addresses who will be allowed to run the upcoming presidential elections. Shortly said, who will be standing as candidate? The organization related issue has, for the time being, become secondary. [See]

11/04/2012 | 14:55:58
The tourism city of Mahajanga will not be entitled to better prospects before long. The city hall’s employees are striking. They have been missing their pay checks too long enough. [See]


Read Madonline for FREE and receive daily feed in your email inbox (limited time offer).

Enter your email address: