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Madagascar: Jean-Louis Robinson still leads on 18,595 polling stations counted




Jean-Louis Robinson, Avana party candidate (Editor's Note: Rainbow in Malagasy), supported by the Ravalomanana movement is still at the top of the provisional results of the first round of Madagascar presidential election in the last official score of the National Electoral Commission of Transition (CENIT), with 21.63% of the votes on 18.595 polling stations counted on the 20,001 offices that include 7.823.305 voters.

Then follows Hery Rajaonarimampianina, former Minister of finance who harvests 15.69% and 'non-official' candidate of Andry Rajoelina to the supreme office.
 
HaJo Andrianainarivelo, former Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the territory planning collects the 10.20% and Didier Ratsiraka's nephew, Roland Ratsiraka, totals 8.97% of the vote.
 
Camille Vital score, former Prime Minister is of 6.78%.

Saraha Georget Rabeharisoa, ecologist candidate gets 4.53% of the votes cast and Edgard Razafindravahy, former president of the special Delegation of Antananarivo reached 4.42%.
 
Turnout of the first round of presidential elections is 61.72%, as indicated by the Orange Madagascar site.



Antso Rajaona


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