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Madagascar: Rajoelina wants to revoke his Prime Minister Omer Beriziky

Madagascar: Rajoelina wants to revoke his Prime Minister Omer Beriziky
The war rages at the highest level of instances of the Transition to Madagascar. The President Andry Rajoelina wants to push towards the exit the prime minister, Omer Beriziky, causing his dismissal.
A decision that has largely made its way into the entourage of Andry Rajoelina, as confirmed by Radio Tana, the Minister of Communication, Harry Lawrence Rahajason.
"The Roadmap and the Constitution grant the Head of State the power to appoint the Prime Minister, he has also the right to revoke", said Harry Lawrence Rahajason.

The Prime Minister Omer Beriziky is being charged behind the scenes by the head of state of Madagascar of having slowed the adoption by the government of the electoral texts for the conduct of the presidential election originally expected this May and has slowed the implementation of the electoral boundaries.
"The preparation of electoral laws rests with the government, but resigned if he cannot do it ... If some officials do not feel able to accomplish their mission, they should resign",  said in early February, Andry Rajoelina, alongside a formal military ceremony.
Omer Beriziky stayed unmoved to his critics ensuring he would not resign under pressure.
The Prime Minister of Madagascar also states that under the terms of the Roadmap of Maputo signed on 17 September 2011 by the SADC (Southern African Development Community) and its Article 31, "no procedure for removal or prevention of the President of Transition and no-confidence motion against the Government of Transition, nor any action for the dissolution of parliament Transition cannot be exercised during the Transition."

Antso Rajaona

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