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25/12/2013 | 21:00:23
Madagascans were generally able to have a decent Christmas celebration. It did however not keep political issues away from being raised during the family dinner. Widely mixed views have nearly become a standard scene, as displayed by the organization of a special meeting dedicated to “electoral victory” inside the Magro Square in Behoririka. [See]

17/12/2013 | 15:15:43
The Movement of Clerical leaders (HMF) warned about their oppostion to any attempt to manipulate results in the run of the presidential election's last knock out round. To the press they publicly made their readiness to brave whatever dangers again if need be [See]

14/12/2013 | 08:57:14
The legislative elections related campaign and the duel for the presidential position are in full swing by now. During the latest weeks, garbage heaps have increasingly been littering the Malagasy capital city's streets. The city council simply declared, it cannot, for having run short of money to remove them as they are supposed to. So be it, this is no less but a godsend for the wanna be deputies linked to the transitional ruling power. They appear with what it takes to remove trash from targeted district's streets and make an electoral asset of this good deed in their campaign. A State institution suddenly bankrupts when legislative candidates who swore allegiance to transitional leader Andry Rajoelina have / need the opportunity to act heroes in the run of their electoral campaign. Good timing, is it not? [See]

13/12/2013 | 16:33:52
The civil society longs for a far reaching enough voice to be worth consideration from the Malagasy leadership. Andre Ramaroson, industrialist and civil society member, called upon a general meeting to ponder the issue and get ready in 2014, as an opportunity to merge groups and organizations into a civil society striving for combined efforts for healthcare for all, education for all, employment for all and social security for all in a developed country. [See]

04/12/2013 | 06:50:07
The National Electoral Commission and the military command addressed security issues, namely those of the finalists of the upcoming presidential election. They agreed on seeing to it, that Jean Louis Robinson and Hery Rajaonarimampianina remain safe and sound until the end of the currently developing electoral process. 15 bodyguards will be assigned to protect each of the candidates, with their consent. [See]

27/11/2013 | 08:05:35
Time is ripe for planting rice again, yet, the rainfalls seem nowhere near to prove enough in the Alaotra region. Scores of farmers can nothing but expect. [See]

18/11/2013 | 07:10:27
Pierrot Rajaonarivelo's MDM political party is mourning one of its own. One of the pary's candidates commonly known as Ramamibe, basically supposed to run legislative elections in the capital city's First District, has been bluntly gunned down twice in a row in his home while he was in the closet. The police forces are leading the investigation. [See]

13/11/2013 | 07:32:22
The final results of the local presidential election's first round held on October 25th are basically expected to be released on November 20th. As for the electoral judges, they are currently addressing the requests and charges produced and pressed by presidential candidates at the end of the first round. Many results do not agree as a matter of fact. Some observers witnessed various problems during the process, so, an in depth review of reports proves inescapable. [See]

31/10/2013 | 14:19:41
The National Electoral Commission and the transitional government will not reprocess the electoral register anew. As a conclusion to a meeting held by both institutions, the nation would be running short of time and money to afford any alteration of the electoral register, although experts revealed that about 35 % of voters would have been left out of the electoral register [See]

29/10/2013 | 19:27:00
“Reports have been forged.” Transitional congress member Alphonse Maka reported the first ever electoral fraud to have occurred during this electoral process in South Amboasary. Only a handful of days after the first round’s completion, the first case from a most likely long row of fraud denunciation appears. National and international observers did actually not keep an eye on South Amboasary, or on any of the most remote communes of the island. [See]

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