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The former president Marc Ravalomanana plans to return to Madagascar before the elections




The former president Marc Ravalomanana plans to return to Madagascar before the elections
While the presidential elections in Madagascar is scheduled for July 24 in the first round and 25 September 2013 for a possible second round, coupled with elections on the same day the former President Marc Ravalomanana, ousted from power in 2009, now wants to return the country to choose its own candidates.
 
A predetermined position and reaffirmed to his supporters by telephone during a meeting of his political movement in Madagascar, as related lexpressmada.com site.
 
Marc Ravalomanana would also like to stop judicial proceedings against members of the opposition, freedom of expression and the unconditional return of political exiles, as expressly stated in the Roadmap of Maputo in Mozambique, signed on September 17, 2011.
 
As a reminder, the former president of Madagascar in exile in South Africa decided to throw in the towel in the Malagasy presidential race last December.
Marc Ravalomanana has always denied that the presidential elections take place without his physical presence in Madagascar.
 
For his former rival, the President of the Transition, Andry Rajoelina, who has also renounced the seeking of the supreme magistracy on January 15, the return of former President should take place after the various ballots in a peaceful atmosphere and non partisan.
 
Marc Ravalomanana is pursued by complaint for crimes against humanity, literate in South Africa. A Malagasy association accused Marc Ravalomanana of being responsible for the killing of 7 February 2009. Dozens of protesters pro Rajoelina had been shot, according to the official theory, by its former military presidential guard.
 
In the same folder the former President was also condemned by the justice Malagasy in August 2010 in absentia to hard labor for life for murder and conspiracy to murder.



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