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Madagascar: Jean-Louis Robinson and Hery Rajaonarimampianina present their economic program to the private sector




Jean-Louis Robinson and Harry Rajaonarimampianina, who will compete in the second round of the presidential election, December 20, each presented in turn on Monday in a large hotel in the Malagasy capital the outline of their economic project before the main actors of the private sector as well as an audience of investors and other Union representatives.

"I'm not a great Economist, but I'm pragmatic," stated in the preamble Jean Louis Robinson who intends to work with the private sector if elected and announced the creation of a secretariat of State in charge of economic groupings.

Jean Louis Robinson thus aspires to become a builder for his country in terms of infrastructure stressing that Madagascar has an urgent need for roads, bridges, airports to develop.

"I will try to put an end to the traffic jams in Tananarive through the construction of highways and interchanges," said Jean Louis Robinson who promises a year of a motorway construction from the city of Tananarive in Ivato.

Jean Louis Robinson also wants to build an airport in all districts of the island.
 
Meanwhile, Hery Rajaonarimampianina, the former Minister of Finance, has put forward a liberal program, based on a double digit growth which will drain in its wake an economic boom.

"I'll do it very quickly with a strategy to develop models that take as emerging countries," said Hery Rajaonarimampianina who will also rely on the private sector to enable Madagascar to advance economically.
 
Hery Rajaonarimampianina wishes among other things the opening up of production areas with the provision of substantial infrastructure, as related by the Midi Madagasikara newspaper.

To recap, in the first round on October 25, Jean-Louis Robinson has collected 21.10% of the vote (955,534 votes), against 15.93% for Hery Rajaonarimampianina (721,206 votes).



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