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Hery Martial Rakotoarimanana Rajaonarimampianina

Date of Birth: 6/11/1958
Place of Birth: Antananarivo


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Polls code sparks crisis

The mourning for the dead, further protests and calls for the resignation of President Hery Rajaonarimampianina have continued outside the capital's hôtel de ville, historically a focus for demonstrations...


Corruption climate warming

President Hery Rajaonarimampianina is desperately trying to regain the political initiative after taking heavy blows to his government's reputation after it allowed a controversial presidential advisor to leave the country...


Hery's hard line

Supporters of President Hery Rajaonarimampianina decided to raise the stakes...


Third premier lucky

Mahafaly is the third premier appointed by President Hery Rajaonarimampianina since he came to office in January 2014...


Impeaching number one

Eighteen months of political quarrels came to a head when Parliament voted on 26 May to impeach President Hery Rajaonarimampianina...


Hery hangs on

An alliance between former President Marc Ravalomanana and the current President, Hery Rajaonarimampianina, is gathering momentum as church leaders nudge Madagascar's political leaders down the path of national reconciliation...


Hery must make his mark

At last the island has a new President, Hery Rajaonarimampianina, elected on 20 December with 53...


Coup legacy lingers

The final election victory of Hery Rajaonarimampianina is unlikely to provide Madagascar with the healing new start that everyone had hoped for...


Election outcome still in the balance

Media coverage was balanced in the newspapers and public broadcast media, but not on private TV channels, where Hery Rajaonarimampianina, the candidate favoured by coup leader Andry Rajoelina and one of two presidential hopefuls from his Tanora malaGasy Vonona (TGV) party, monopolised 39% of the election airtime...


No princes on the ballot

These include Edgard Razafindravahy, Mayor of the capital, Antananarivo; Hery Rajaonarimampianina, Finance Minister since 2009; Hajo Andrianainarivelo, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Planning and Development; Roland Ratsiraka, nephew of Didier Ratsiraka and Mayor of the main port, Toamasina (AC Vol 52 No 1, A permanent putsch); Camille Vital, former Premier; Pierrot Rajaonarivelo, Foreign Affairs Minister since 2011; and Jean Lahiniriko, President of the National Assembly and a stalwart of the post-coup government, the Haute Autorité de la Transition (High Transition Authority, HAT)...


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