Claims Of Uneven Playing Field Fuelled Crisis

The latest unrest in Madagascar was sparked off by the vote of new laws that reportedly barred two ex-leaders from standing in this year’s presidential vote.

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In a bizarre repeat of history, opposition protesters in Madagascar have since April 21, 2018 been demanding the resignation of President Hery Rajaonarimampianina after Parliament voted three controversial electoral laws earlier in the month.

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Though the Higher Constitutional Court on May 4, 2018 scrapped portions of the three laws, opposition demonstrators continued to insist that Rajaonarimampianina must step down.

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