Madagascar’s government, led by Andry Rajoelina , will reject a South African Development Community resolution that it should allow former president Marc Ravalomanana to return from exile.
Madagascar’s transitional government should all allow political exiles, including former president Marc Ravalomanana, to return to the country without conditions, the South African Development Community said.
Madagascar’s President Andry Rajoelina started the process of forming a new government after most parties in the country signed an agreement to end a political crisis.
Supporters of Madagascar leader Andry Rajoelina said Southern African Development Community proposals that include recognizing him as head of a transitional government should be signed by next week.
Madagascar’s three main opposition groups called for protests and said they will set up a rival government until elections are held in the country.
Madagascar’s three main opposition groups said international mediation efforts to end a two-year political and economic crisis have failed.
Madagascan President Andry Rajoelina reappointed Camille Vital as prime minister of the country’s transitional government that aims to end a two-year political and economic crisis.
Talks to resolve Madagascar’s political crisis will resume within the next two weeks after stalling over an amnesty for former President Marc Ravalomanana and a timetable for elections.
Madagascar’s President Andry Rajoelina expects that talks aimed at resolving a political crisis on the Indian Ocean Island probably will fail, said one of his senior advisers, Rolly Mercia.
Madagascar’s feuding political leaders are committed to finding a solution during talks aimed at ending an impasse on the Indian Ocean island nation, the main mediator said.