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Forced retirement General Noel Rakotonandrasana and General Raoelina 13/09/2012 | 09:13:23

For having been anyhow connected with the BANI base camp related mutiny, General Heriniaina Raolina and Noel Rakotonandrasana got forced out into retirement as a consequence of military led investigation. Both generals have been staying behind bars since 2010, and might remain where they are for a little longer, unless a massive political blow changes the odds.

General Noel Rakotonandrasana all alone is actually the one forced out into retirement, as a matter of precision. As far as he is concerned, General Raoelina is ripe with age, and the martial court merely decided to speed the process up. In the end, both generals who called up the transitional ruling power to step down are entitled to one additional punishment.
Noel Rakotonandrasana used to be part of the earliest supporters of Andry Rajoelina, the transitional leader, back in March 2009. He led the military uprising of the CAPSAT base camp before being rewarded with the putsch originated regime’s defense department. His role into the mutiny of the BANI base camp against the transitional ruling power was, this time around, rewarded with a jail sentence. As for General Raoelina, he used to be the presidential security service’s number one during Marc Ravalomanana’s time in charge


 

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