Where are we now? (one year after the protest against the Ravalomanana`s regime

 

One year ago, thousands of people took to the streets of Antananarivo (13 Mai square) when Mr Andry Rajoelina called for protests against Ravalomanana`s regime. Some observers said that it was not a political protest (to demand democratic reforms), but a manifestation of anger. All of us noted that during the daily demonstrations around the 13 Mai square, some people call for riots and looting. Consequently, many organised gangs started to broke stores. Some of them died when the shops they were broking collapsed. What do these events bring for us? Economic growth? Political stability? Democratic reforms? I ask this question to  the current political leaders all Malagasy citizens.

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