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Madagascar: Andry Rajoelina said from Mauritius that he will "still be a solution to Madagascar tomorrow"




Madagascar: Andry Rajoelina said from Mauritius that he will "still be a solution to Madagascar tomorrow"
The President of the Transition, Andry Rajoelina, who said in a statement broadcast on island, in late last week, "respect the decision of the Special Electoral Court (CES)", which has sidelined the next presidential election on October 25, spoke in an exclusive video interview with the online newspaper L'Express of Mauritius, where he lived privately for five days with his family, until today, Tuesday 27 island August 2013, in a villa of a hotel of Trou aux Biches in the north of the island.

"There is never a political death in politics, I put myself as a solution to Madagascar today ... I'll be back for the Malagasy people", said Andry Rajoelina who also argues that the regime of Transition has lasted too long in the island.

"I listen, I hear and see. The population asked repeatedly to be in transition and finishes with the need to go to the elections," said Andry Rajoelina still emphasizing also that "his actions are dictated by the desire of its people”.
 
"As a transitional president and first head of the country, it is my duty to find a solution to the crisis in Madagascar through the past four years. I'm a man of law that respects the law", and stressed the President of Transition while being confident that he will "have a solution for Madagascar tomorrow".
 
The full video of the interview of Andry Rajoelina in Mauritius



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