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Madagascar: Malagasy women's associations network calls for a March for peace and democracy




Madagascar: Malagasy women's associations network calls for a March for peace and democracy
While the first round of the presidential election was set for 25 October, after months of tensions and pressure before the final formalization of the final 33 candidates and disqualification of Andry Rajoelina, Ravalomanana and Didier Ratsiraka Lalaothe network of women's associations in Madagascar supported by the United Nations invited the population of Tananarive in a march, Saturday, September 21, 2013 in the morning, peace and democracy.

More than 1,500 people are expected by the organizers to participate in this peaceful March of the national library until the stage of Mahamasina in the heart of the capital, with as a watchword national unity to "establish lasting peace in Madagascar" in the context of the international day of peace.

"United Nations support and accompany the Malagasy women in this march in order to promote peace and democracy in Madagascar, because it is a matter that concerns us all", said Claire Mulanga, United Nations resident coordinator for ONUSIDA, as relates the site lagazette-dgi.com.



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