Madagascar looking for leadership

Lies and violations make up the controversy surrounding Madagascar's 2013 presidential election.
2 months 3 weeks ago
Madagascar's new leader was sworn in Saturday after winning elections last month aimed at restoring democracy and much-needed foreign aid to the island after a 2009 coup. Read Full Article
3 months 1 day ago
Rajaonarimampianina, a former finance minister backed by strongman Andry Rajoelina, was Friday declared president of Madagascar following elections to restore democracy. Read Full Article
3 months 4 weeks ago
Voting in Madagascar's presidential run-off came to a close Friday, with observers hailing an atmosphere of calm during an election aimed at restoring democracy. Read Full Article
5 months 3 weeks ago
South Africa's department of international relations on Monday gave its verdict on last week's elections in Madagascar. Read Full Article
7 months 3 weeks ago
A special electoral court in Madagascar on Tuesday rejected attempts by the former first lady to pick a replacement after she was disqualified from the presidential vote. Read Full Article
7 months 4 weeks ago
Madagascar will hold a much-delayed presidential election on October 25, organisers said Thursday. Read Full Article
11 months 4 days ago
The African Union has vowed not to recognise Andry Rajoelina if he wins elections in July. It's called on Madagascar to halt its election process. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
President of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina says it's up to the electorate to decide whether or not he should stand for president. Read Full Article
11 months 2 weeks ago
Andry Rajoelina, who seized power in a coup in 2009, has reneged on an agreement not to run in the nation's elections in July. Read Full Article
11 months 2 weeks ago
Andry Rajoelina has registered as a presidential candidate for the upcoming elections. Read Full Article

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