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Madagascar: The former president Didier Ratsiraka declared that the date of the first round of presidential elections would not be maintained




Madagascar: The former president Didier Ratsiraka declared that the date of the first round of presidential elections would not be maintained
While the first round of presidential elections in Madagascar has been set for July 24, the former president Didier Ratsiraka back to the country in mid-April, after 11 years of exile, and himself a candidate, said in a television show that the date "would not be maintained".
 
Didier Ratsiraka has also criticized the use of a single ballot for this important election which he said is not reliable and that the developed countries have abandoned.
 
The admiral Didier Ratsiraka was at the head of the Malagasy government for 21 years, from 1975 to 1991 and from 1993 to 2001, leading the Big Island following a policy of communist socialist revolution in the Big Island.
 
Didier Ratsiraka fled his country in 2002 and went into exile in France after the presidential election of 16 December 2001.
 
Didier Ratsiraka and Marc Ravalomanana clashed on the result out of the polls in the outcome of the first round of presidential elections.



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