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Madagascar: A review of Baccaulerat guarded by the army, police and gendarmerie

While the time of various school examinations (certificate of studies primary elementary for July 16, general Baccaulerat start of the August 12 events and Baccaulerat Technique 19 August) in Madagascar approaches, the Ministry of Education announced that the army, the police and the gendarmerie will be deployed in the vicinity of operative teaching to ensure in times of crisis to any possible incident coming to disrupt the tests.
BEPC tests, two weeks ago, have already experienced such security mobilization.
"The security forces, including the police and gendarmes will be present each day of session in each center. In the capital, a dozen officers provide security, and centers on the periphery, they are four agents", said an administrative official in charge of overseeing the logistics of the exams.

Workforce dressed in civilian clothes thus ensure the safety of all candidates on the Malagasy territory within a broader examination centers around the perimeter.

On the side of the students, this exceptional measure divided, between those who are reassured by the presence of security forces and others stressed that regret to compose their exams in such military conditions, as relates

Antso Rajaona

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