Thirty Six candidates have been approved to run in the upcoming 7 November elections up from the thirty three in 2013, once again raising the old question of logistics, writes Emilie Filou for African Arguments.
Elections - 36 Candidates, 4 (Ex-) Presidents, and a Lot of Money
African Arguments, 2 October 2018
Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in the world, yet its elections rank among the most expensive. Read more »
voting in Madagascar (file photo).
EU Deploys Election Observation Mission to Madagascar
EASS, 26 September 2018
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Madagascar's Next President Must Put Public Safety and Job Creation First
The Conversation Africa, 2 September 2018
Madagascar is gearing up for presidential elections in November this year. The Conversation Africa spoke to Adrien Ratsimbaharison about how the elections might unfold and what… Read more »
The formation of a government of national unity follows a Constitutional Court decision on May 25 that called on President Hery Rajaonarimampianina to reform his administration and ... Read more »
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