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Madagascar: The Presidency of the Republic is 350 4 x 4-type vehicles that were blocked in customs at the port of Tamatave

350 vehicles of type 4 x 4 of brand Hyundai, in port of Tamatave blocked at Customs since the first round of the presidential election last December, will be entrusted to the care of the Presidency of the Republic.
200 vehicles are already out of the port enclosure since this weekend.
Former Prime Minister Camille Vital, unsuccessful presidential candidate arrived in the 10th position in the first round of the poll, with a little less than 7% of the votes cast, and recipient of these vehicles, did not lend himself to any controversy on the subject.
"As I've always said, they are not mine, but it has been donated to me. I have no problem the Presidency to take them. I have no problem on this issue", said former Prime Minister Camille Vital
According to the special advisor to the president of the Republic, Jaobarison Randrianarivony, who was present with some collaborators at the Iavoloha Presidential Palace during delivery of the vehicles, "everything is in good standing with the administrative side".
"Duties and taxes have been honoured by the State. Secondly, we must recognise that the Asian donors, in conglomerate, are looking for public-private partnership in Africa. Asian investors are ready to work with Madagascar," said the special adviser to the president of the Republic, Jaobarison Randrianarivony.
He recalled that "the objective is to serve primarily the Malagasy government for the development and interest of the nation" and stresses that the distribution of vehicles will soon return to the country of the President, Hery Rajaonarimampianina left for an official visit to the United States, as reported by the newspaper Les Nouvelles of Madagascar.

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