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Madagascar: Didier Ratsiraka is not afraid of the international community




Madagascar: Didier Ratsiraka is not afraid of the international community
The former president, Didier Ratsiraka, returned to Madagascar in mid-April, does not intend to give up the run for the highest office under pressure from the international community.

Before nearly 600 supporters in Ambohijanahary in central Madagascar where was held the National Conference AREMA (the Vanguards for the renovation of Madagascar) party he himself founded in the mid 70s Didier Ratsiraka warmly thanked his political friends for their loyalty.
 
"Loyalty is the most precious thing in the world", he said.
And at a press conference quick, Didier Ratsiraka has criticized the international community which calls into question according to him the sovereignty of Madagascar and its special Electoral Court (CES) as indicated lexpressmada.com.

"It does not scare me. What is my fault? The Government of a foreign country should not have the right to challenge the sovereignty of the decision of the Special Electoral Court. If the international community must take sanctions it is not against candidates it must, but against the judges who made ​​this decision", said the former president, Didier Ratsiraka.

As a reminder the Admiral Didier Ratsiraka was at the head of the Malagasy government for 21 years, from 1975 to 1991 and from 1993 to 2001, leading the Big Island, following a policy of socialist communist revolution.
 
Didier Ratsiraka fled his country in 2002 and went into exile in France after the presidential election of 16 December 2001.
 
Didier Ratsiraka and Marc Ravalomanana clashed on the outcome of the polls released at the outcome of the first round of presidential elections.



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