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Madagascar: A member of the Congress of the Transition denounced electoral fraud during the first round of the presidential election




While the first round of voting of the Malagasy presidential election, October 25 saw the qualification of Jean-Louis Robinson and Hery Rajaonarimampianina for a second decisive round on December 20, Alphonse Maka, Member of the Congress of Transition, denounced on Wednesday of electoral fraud or at least of the atypical electoral protocols.

Polling stations in Ebelo, Ifotaka and Tsivory communes located in the district of Amboasary Atsimo South of Madagascar and devoid of observers have highlighted the surprising results.
 
Ebelo, 3.896 voters are registered, but 9.089 Malagasy were able to place their ballot in the ballot box.
 
On the side of Ifotaka, only two voters abstained on the 7.303 registered voters, a record of 7.301 voters.

And Tsivory, 4139 voters are registered on the electoral list while at the same time 8692 people filled their electoral duty, as related by the newspaper Madagascar-tribune.com.
 
Alphonse Maka also argues that the serious anomalies were then corrected as asserted certain members of the census of voting materials (SRMV) with whom he was able to collect these figures.
 
Parliamentary Congress of the Transition thus invites the Independent National Electoral Commission of the Transition (CENIT) and the Special Electoral Commission (ESC) to bring these cases of fraud in a criminal court to identify the perpetrators and to ensure that the second round is not enameled such practices.



Antso Rajaona


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