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Madagascar: A minister of the transitional government, banned from France and the Schengen zone, wants a diplomatic reciprocity ban on the Malagasy soil




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While the French government through the diplomatic channel of the Quai d'Orsay announced in early June the residence prohibition on French soil, Andry Rajoelina, Didier Ratsiraka and Lalao Ravalomanana, as well as their family members and all policies that block the electoral process in the Big Island, the Minister of Water, Reboza Julien and pro-Rajoelina has entered on Tuesday in the Council of Government, in a mad rage after the refusal of his visa to travel in Brussels.
 
The prohibition to French territory is also applicable by extension throughout the Schengen area, with the recent introduction of the information system and centralization of Schengen visas.

Reboza Julien is not the first member of the Government of the transition to make the cost of this prohibition of stay in the Schengen zone but before his fellow ministers in the Council of Government, he wished that reciprocity is now in place, and that, according to diplomatic rules.

All the other members of the Beriziky Government, sitting around the table, had given him unfailing support, but however for the moment no concrete action has been decided in high places, as indicated in the midi site - madagasikara.mg.

As a reminder, the French authorities accuse the three controversial candidates of continuing to run for the highest office in Madagascar, despite pressure from the international community and the European Union for their immediate withdrawal from the race in the next presidential Madagascar.



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