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Madagascar: Ravalomanana mouvance will defend the candidacy of Lalao Ravalomanana from the United Nations to seize the Security Council




Madagascar: Ravalomanana mouvance will defend the candidacy of Lalao Ravalomanana from the United Nations to seize the Security Council
While the international community demands the withdrawal of the candidancy of Lalao Ravalomanana the Supreme investiture just like that of Andry Rajoelina and Didier Ratsiraka, the movement of the ousted president in 2009, Marc Ravalomanana, will seize the security Council of the United Nations that is discussing the political situation in the Big Island, as related by the newspaper L'Express of Madagascar.

"We will enter the Security Council review the situation in Madagascar. We intend to send our request this week... The international contact group has already adopted its decision. On the other hand, the Madagascar folder is never passed to the Security Council. There are always a deadlock, so that this can occur. However, such an opportunity provide a contradictory debate on the Malagasy question", announced during a radio broadcast on Radio Tana, Henri Roger Ranaivoson, one of the leaders of the KMNR, Lalao Ravalomanana support to the Presidential Committee.

"It is the United States who currently preside over the Security Council", also stresses Henri Roger Ranai­voson and hoping that the last position taken of Eric Wong, charge of affairs at the Embassy of the United States in the big island, could be used in the defence of Lalao Ravalomanana candidacy for the next presidential election.
 
Eric Wong said in early July that the United States supports an electoral process that accepts all legitimate candidates, fulfilling the legal conditions and chosen by the Electoral Commission special (CES), as is the case of Lalao Ravalomanana.

As a reminder, the international community considers the candidacy of Lalao Ravalomanana as illegitimate because it would be vitiated by disqualification.
 
The Electoral Code of Madagascar stipulates the obligation of a 6-month residence on the Malagasy soil before the official submission of applications to be candidate.
 
Lalao Ravalomanana, exiled in South Africa with her husband since the political events of 2009 (removal of Marc Ravalomanana) and thus does not meet the eligibility requirements, because her return to Madagascar dates only from March 12, where she was able to visit her dying mother, after long weeks of procrastination of the political power of the Transition.



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