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Free Fm more or less surprisingly turned off 24/07/2012 | 15:09:06

The Free Fm radio station has been remaining quiet since Sunday evening, as military forces stormed the main broadcasting antenna’s facilities in Ambohimitsimbina, in the run of the military operation directed against the rebelling paratroopers in Ivato on July 22nd. Free Fm actually broadcasted the rebels’ message, and was consequently suspected of supporting the rebellion. Free Fm’s reporters Lalatiana Rakotondrazafy and Fidele Razara Pierre launched an SOS and described the transitional ruling power’s rule as persecution based. Free Fm has long been sharply criticizing transitional leaders, particularly Andry Rajoelina. No wonder, that the threatened regime did not miss the opportunity to silence the inconvenient channel, could the occasion arise.


 

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