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Madagascar: Rajoelina does not exclude to become prime minister after the election




Madagascar: Rajoelina does not exclude to become prime minister after the election
The President of the Transition, Andry Rajoelina, definitely ruled in August of the race for the presidency of Madagascar by the Special Electoral Court, with a presidential election to be held on October 25 without him, said in an interview with the foreign press a second round will be necessary to decide between the 33 candidates for the election.

Andry Rajoelina provides that one of the candidates from his political movement will be in the second ballot without deciding on the candidate of their choice and did not also rule out the option to become prime minister after the elections, as related Europe 1.
                                                                                                                                                  
"It's still in the order of the day currently, we try to see the result of the elections, the evolution of the situation, but this is not something that is fixed in advance... I do not exclude, but I observe," says Andry Rajoelina.

The President of the Transition also gave its opinion on a possible return announced former Malagasy president Marc Ravalomanana deposed in 2009 and in exile since in Africa.
 
“Will that bring stability? Will it not be an obstacle to the smooth running of the election? Wisdom today is letting the people choose, and later, we'll see how things evolve ", decided the president of the Transition, Andry Rajoelina.



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