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15/12/2013 | 18:16:52
How relevant is still the Electoral Commission' say in the preservation of equity for both presidential candidates on air up to the presidential elections' second round. Hery Rajaonarimampianina's brainwashing presence on TV screens sharply contrasts with a surpising discretion from his rival. [See]

15/12/2013 | 18:12:54
The second and final part of the debate between both of the presidential elections' finalists proved to be much theoretical. It does not matter. It was actually focusing on concerns less dear to national voters than to international community members and foreign financial backers. Hery Rajaonarimampianina served first in this second set, namely a potential diplomacy as a boost to economy while his rival retaliated by blaming more empty promises on him than realistic programs as well as little more than likely dubious deals to be proposed to foreign investors. [See]

12/12/2013 | 14:05:27
The Malagasy former president celebrated his latest birthday in a particular way this time around. He did with together with his supporters gathered inside the Magro square, for the first time ever in 5 years appearing to them live on a giant screen. "I feel alone here" conceded Marc Ravalomanana, bearing in mind that the largest part of his family has recovered the Great Isle [See]

09/12/2013 | 22:56:30
Candidate Jean Louis Robinson's failure to appear on the national TV's screen is sharply contrasting with his runner up's near omnipotence on air. But... it would be unfair to blame this matter of fact on bias or on any sabotage action. The competing political parties HERY VAOVAO supported by Andry Rajoelina and NY AVANA walking hand in hand with the Ravalomanana political sphere deliberately happen to be in for different strategies to recover the front scene. [See]

09/12/2013 | 12:00:28
The presidential election's second round related electoral campaign is in full swing by now, is it not? The political Opposition's champion, Jean Louis Robinson, from the AVANA political party fully supported by former president Marc Ravalomanana and his political sphere, repeatedly made clear that he would not give in to any eventual result manipulation. [See]

29/11/2013 | 20:59:25
On November 29th 2013 begins the twice decisive electoral campaign season. On December 20th unfold the presidential election' second turn together with the one way legislative elections. The Electoral Commission turns a blind eye and keeps on with the completion of its task. Still, Andry Rajoelina and his transition minister in charge of the Interior department found a trick to alter the electoral law in a way which bypasses the Roadmap, and leaves the transitional leader free to actively support his presidential and legislative minions. [See]

29/11/2013 | 07:20:55
None of the finalists challenging each other during this presidential election' second round has so far stated anything against former president Marc Ravalomanana's return from his South African exile. After a four years long exile, will he be able to come home once the new president gets elected? will he want to at all? [See]

28/11/2013 | 10:24:48
The presidential election's second round related electoral campaign begins on November 29th, namely on Friday. Hery Rajaonarimampianina and Jean Louis Robinson have 20 days from now to make a bid for the largest possible number of voters to one last sprint on the last straight line to victory. The final countdown ends on the presidential second round cast together with the legislative one way elections. [See]

24/11/2013 | 20:51:26
The Special Electoral Court's issued formal results of the first round of the year 2013's on going Malagasy presidential election did actually not create any major surprise and came up to the completion of a mere formal duty. The leading electoral Judge Francois Rakotozafy and his staff really made considerable efforts to make sure that results were agreeing, polling station after polling station. They also had to deal with some charges mainly pressed against presidential candidate Hery Rajaonarimampianina. Though the charges failed to knock him out of the race, the candidate suffered a symbolic sanction of invalidation of some thousands of votes in his favor. He will finally be allowed to challenge the first round's winner, Jean Louis Robinson. [See]

22/11/2013 | 10:01:46
At its headquarters in Ambohidahy, the Special Electoral Court finally released in the morning of November 22nd the formal results of the first round of the on going presidential election The leading couple of candidates, respectively Jean Louis Robinson and Hery Rajaonarimampianina, are in for the final showdown of the presidential election's second round. There was actually no major surprise compared to the trend displayed by the temporary results issued by the National Independent Electoral Commission on November 8th. [See]

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