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22/06/2012 | 12:39:28
Antananarivo has been completely disrupted by chronic traffic jam on Friday morning, June 22nd. The army had to conduct its rehearsal in order to parade on the National Day on June, 26th, no matter the traffic usually swarming in the capital city center. [See]

22/06/2012 | 12:27:40
The civil servants’ unions and crisis time centers recently erected in each ministerial department will be in for a general warning strike on June 27th, 28th and 29th. On the day after the Independence Day, not a single public office will be opened [See]

20/06/2012 | 12:59:14
The ruling power imposed days long opened concert shows in the city’s very center in Anosy for the sake of bringing some amusement in the run out of June 26th’s independence day. Rather quite a poor inspiration: a state police officer was killed during slovenly disputes, and a 34 years old woman was raped then murdered afterwards. [See]

19/06/2012 | 11:05:58
A local outlaw named Remenabila is currently making the police forces mad in the south of the country. The desperado is in control of the village of Iabohazo and its surroundings located in the region of Befotaka. Remenabila was suddenly turned into a bad guy superstar for having defeated the army once and claimed 11 scalps. Would the desperado eventually be on the verge of turning into a genuine rebel leader? [See]

18/06/2012 | 18:30:50
Rajoelina’s supporters strike back with equally holding a prayer ceremony of their own for the nation in the afternoon of Sunday, June 17th, in International Conference Centre of Ivato, in response to the same kind of gathering organized one week earlier by the leaders of FFKM as a way to welcome the resumption of negotiations supposed to drive the country out of from the current political crisis. This reaction can be held as the evidence of a certain aversion from the Rajoelina sphere for mediation process supported by the heads of the FFKM church. [See]

15/06/2012 | 10:30:31
The common front deemed to oppose and challenge Andry Rajoelina’s regime is gradually rising up. Trade unions newly came together and jointly denounce the three years long poor governance and "dictatorship" of a dramatically inefficient High Authority of Transition. The movement of clerical leaders pledges support to the unions’ demands with good grace. [See]

11/06/2012 | 19:27:18
The local IRS (internal revenue service) requires no less MGA 172 billions from the TIKO corporation belonging to the ousted president Marc Ravalomanana, or the appropriate compensation, for the repay of arguably unpaid taxes. The action is everything but contributing to the settlement of the Malagasy political crisis. [See]

08/06/2012 | 19:00:58
As a reaction to three years of countrywide troubles, the FFKM is about to take over the mediation role for the sake of reaching any settlement to the Malagasy political crisis. Madagascar’s four main churches’ leaders invited the main decision makers in this political tournament to recover the negotiation table again. [See]

06/06/2012 | 11:31:47
Some groups of parliamentarians led by Cyrille Rasambozafy’s ESCOPOL do require the current government to be reshuffled before June, 26th. These black sheep of the parliamentarian family are holding the settlement Malagasy political crisis as beyond the abilities of the government currently led by Prime Minister Omer Beriziky. [See]

05/06/2012 | 12:06:05
Another brick in the growing wall: Prison wardens and their staffs are lining their stand up to the current string of claims for better conditions. Their original trade mark: the ruling power is being granted a 72 hours long deadline in order to comply. Jail guards are, technically speaking, not allowed to tackle strikes. They did though. Could the ruling power dare the odds and challenge them, their reaction would be fully unpredictable. [See]


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