Sary nalaina teo Andohan'Analakely - 30 Mars 2009

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15 Hevitra & 0 Verindrohy (trackback) amin\'ny "Sary nalaina teo Andohan'Analakely - 30 Mars 2009"

  1. kay ve mbola misy mifampitoraka toy izao foana e?

    Nampidirin'i tsy momba ny atsy sy ny aroa 31 Mar 2009, 10:48
  2. mahagaga hoe tsy miasa daholo zany reo olona maro be midina an dalam- be reo nefa mahita hanin- koanina ihany.Sa zany ilay hoe nahay nitsinjo vody andro merika kosa angamba!!! Efa ela ihany zay an!

    Nampidirin'i madagasikara 31 Mar 2009, 11:50
  3. Andriamanitra o! Ambarao anay ny marina!

    Nampidirin'i hasimbola 31 Mar 2009, 13:54
  4. Miarahaba antsika rehatra liana amin'ity resa-politika mandreraka ity! Araka ny lohahevitra entiko etsy ambony dia tiako ny milaza amintsika rehetra mahalala fa ny aina ry ireto tsy ananam-piry ary ny diavolan-ko lava lalao mbola ho ela a! tia tanindrazana aho nefa onena sy ontsa raha mijery ny tanora ankehitrio lasa fitaovana sy lalaovin'ny onjam-politika toy izao miseho eto amintsika izao. Samia mahereza daholo. Samy amin'ny heviny marina tokoa ny olona rehetra fa raha toa ahy aloha dia aleoko mipetraka tsara satria mbola ho lava no tiako hiainana. Veloma aby o! Nampidirin'i mamanzain 01 Apr 2009, 00:30
  5. Misaotra sy mamporisika ny mpaka sary!! Raha samy mijoro @ ny talentany avy, tahakan'ireto zandry mpaka sary ireo isika dia tsy norambosan'ny jiolahimboto (Andry Rajoelina) sy tontakely (ireo olona novidiany sy ny HAT) hoatran'izao ny firenena. Mba menatra nareo be vava ireo fa aza ao ambadikin'ny ordinateur eo fotsiny e. Raha lehilahy dia raiso ny andraikitrareo ... raha mbola tsapanao koa izany.

    Nampidirin'i Ragasy 01 Apr 2009, 05:35
  6. TIMELINE - Madagascar's political turmoil

    Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:01pm BST

    (Reuters) - The leaders of Southern African states suspended Madagascar from the SADC regional grouping on Monday and said its new army-backed president should step down.

    Below is a timeline of recent events in Madagascar:

    January 27, 2009 - Opposition leader Andry Rajoelina calls for more anti-government protests after the worst day of street violence for years.

    February 3 - The government fires Rajoelina from his post as mayor of the capital Antananarivo.

    February 7 - Security forces kill at least 25 people at an anti-government protest near the presidential palace.

    February 21 - Rajoelina meets President Marc Ravalomanana for talks to resolve the power struggle.

    February 25 - Rajoelina pulls out of the talks after Ravalomanana fails to attend what would have been the fourth round of discussions to end weeks of civil unrest.

    March 8 - Mutiny breaks out in a military camp outside Antananarivo as Rajoelina spends a second day in hiding after a crackdown on his anti-government movement.

    March 13 - Dissident soldiers say they have deployed tanks in the capital and will use them to fight any hired mercenaries.

    March 14 - Rajoelina emerges from hiding to tell his supporters he is giving Ravalomanana four hours to step down.

    March 15 - Ravalomanana offers a referendum as a possible way out of the political standoff.

    March 16 - Soldiers seize the presidential palace and the central bank in a show of force, further isolating Ravalomanana.

    March 17 - Rajoelina takes power with the support of the army after Ravalomanana is forced out following opposition protests that won the support of the military. At least 135 people were killed in the protests. The African Union, which had rejected any unconstitutional change of power, says the military should not hand over to Rajoelina.

    March 18 - Madagascar's Constitutional Court issues a statement endorsing the takeover.

    March 19 - Mozambique, Angola and Swaziland, which make up the defence, political and security troika of southern African bloc SADC, which includes Madagascar, refuse to recognise the new leader. Norway, which gives about $14 million a year in aid, says it has frozen funding.

    March 20 - The African Union suspends Madagascar and says it has six months to call an election. The United States says it is moving to suspend all non-humanitarian assistance to Madagascar.

    March 21 - Rajoelina is installed as Madagascar's army-backed new leader.

    March 25 - The new army-backed government offers to start talks with allies of ousted President Ravalomanana to defuse political tensions that risk prolonging the months-long crisis.

    March 28 - Thirty-four people are injured in Antananarivo during a sixth day of protests by supporters of former president Ravalomanana after security forces blasted tear gas at them.

    March 30 - The Southern African Development Community suspends Madagascar from the regional grouping and calls on its new army-backed president to step down.

    Nampidirin'i Radotiana 02 Apr 2009, 18:16
  7. New Madagascar ’leader’ Rajoelina now has a lot of thinking to do

    EDITOR
    DAR ES SALAAM

    THE Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) is reported to have asked renegade Madagascar leader Andy Rajoelina to hand over power to the Speaker of the Madagascar Parliament, or face a possible ouster by external forces.

    According to Tanzanian foreign minister Bernard Membe, SADC summit leaders - meeting in Swaziland on Tuesday this week - sent an overt message to the former disc-jockey-turned-president that SADC cannot sit idle and watch an outright breach of the Madagascar constitution as that said to have been committed by Rajoelina.

    The summit leaders have roundly condemned the apparent coup d’etat in Madagascar, stating that the assumption of power by Rajoelina is illegal and unacceptable, and that legitimacy should be restored in Madagascar’s leadership.

    Ousted Madagascar leader Marc Ravolamana, who also attended the Swaziland summit, told his peers that soldiers put a gun to his head and forced him to read a resignation note which they had prepared.

    According to Membe, the summit leaders - after hearing Ravolomana’s briefing - resolved that his ouster was a military coup which cannot be entertained.

    The SADC summit has therefore suspended Madagascar from the community, and asked the African Union and UN to follow suit. At the same time, Rajoelina must now deal with the threat of a military ouster by SADC forces.

    We feel that the SADC summit leaders have indeed made it clear that the community is prepared to take a hard line stance against the resurgence of military take-overs in the continent. Which means that there is a real possibility of SADC forces indeed being deployed to engineer the removal of Rajoelina from power in Madagascar, in the same manner as AU forces dealt with one Lt Col. Bacar in the Comoro island of Anjouan just last year.

    It has been noted that the Madagascar constitution requires the country’s head of state to be at least 40 years of age, whereas at 34, ex-DJ Rajoelina is way below this threshold.

    It has also been noted that a possible SADC offensive against Rajoelina, has its own precedences from the not-so-distant past. In other words, it would not be the first time a continental grouping has resorted to such drastic steps to preserve democracy, and get rid of suspected despots. For example, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) sent forces to invade Sierra Leone and overturn an army coup there, reinstating ousted president Tijan Kabah.

    In the light of all of the above, therefore, it would seem that Rajoelina has a lot of thinking to do, to decide whether it is all worth it in the end � or alternatively whether he should heed the warning signals and do as the SADC summit leaders have demanded. Sooner, rather than later.

    Nampidirin'i Radotiana 03 Apr 2009, 07:27
  8. tena efa mamonotena mihintsy ilay olona izao dia maratra nefany ravalo tsy nalana fa izy no niala hoazy izay dia neny tzv indray dia tsotra fa benitanana izy dia ny tandrony lasa filoha mpirenena nefa ny tsimbaheritreretina ireny olona maty ireny taminy tolona ireny ka ianareo no mifaninana izy

    Nampidirin'i noeline 04 Apr 2009, 11:46
  9. N`iza faly n`iza tsy faly de tsotra ihany ny anay TGV IHANY NY ANAY OK BYE BYE FOREVER R8

    Nampidirin'i Tina 04 Apr 2009, 15:46
  10. Fa ianareo mpanohana r8 ireo ve mba misaina aloahan`ny hitenenenareo sa efa voan`ny ronono an-tavy fotsiny izao , mila olona manam-pahaizana ny Malagasy fa tsy olona tsy mahay miteny frantsay tsara akory no itondra jereo ireny fanompoan-tsampy nataony ireny nefa izy de lefitrin`ny FJKM , ny sampiny no naha-tonga azy hanakatona ny FPVM FA TSY INONA AKORY , KA MBA misaina tsara vao anenjika TGV fa olona nianatra ireny mnanana tetik`ady itondrana firenena , fantaro ny dikan`ny TVG de ho fantatrareo ny fiasany .

    Nampidirin'i Tina 04 Apr 2009, 15:54
  11. tgvendrana 34ans sans bac fa mahay teny frantsay satria zanaky ny padesm

    Nampidirin'i raspec 04 Apr 2009, 16:02
  12. Tsy azoko hoe fa maninona no korontanina reo olona milahatra am-pilaminana mba maneho ny heviny koa. Tsy mandroba fananan'olona, tsy manimba zavatra, tsy mandoro tanàna izy ireo nefa dia ravana sy ratraina tsotra izao. Noheveriko fa ny anton'ilay "tolona" natao teo dia hoe hanarenana ny tena demokrasia fa hay tsy zakantsika akory lay izy. Iaraha-mahita fa tsy mety ny fomba nangalana ny fitondrana teo. Dia ho aiza lay firenena malala sy ireo vahoaka zay tsy tompon'andraikitra amin'izao korontana izao. Isika tsy mahazo fanampiana intsony na ny kely aza noho ny hetraketraky ny sasany. Zao dia nakatona TIKO. Aiza ny hahatakaran'ny vahoaka madinika hividy zavatra importé? Tsy tokony be fo sy be fankahalana fotsiny isika fa tokony mandinika tsara ny tokony hatao hampandrosoana ny firenena sy ny taranaka.

    Nampidirin'i miantsonyrariny 07 Apr 2009, 03:46
  13. Le groupe Tiko reste sur ses positions. Malgré les négociations entamées par Benja Razafimahaleo, ministre des Finances et du budget, la production va être arrêtée. La convention a été rejetée par le groupe Tiko. « La réunion avec les représentants de Tiko n'a pas abouti à un consensus car ces derniers n'ont pas accepté la convention. Or, de par cette initiative nous avons pensé à sauver les emplois », explique le grand argentier.
    Au sein du groupe, les différents directeurs n'ont pas reçu jusqu'ici l'instruction de reprendre les activités.
    Face à cette situation, la HAT entend suivre la voie judiciaire. De son côté, le groupe Tiko porte plainte au niveau international pour « la série de pillages et de menaces dont les employés ont été victimes ».

    Nampidirin'i Lantoniaina R. 09 Apr 2009, 08:05
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    Nampidirin'i Monitor 13 Apr 2009, 08:17
  15. Just for reference, I have tried to pluck all of the announcements/policies/actions made by the HAT in list form so it is easily viewed (in no particular order):

    - 22 region heads have been dismissed by HAT

    - Ndriarijaona gave an ultimatum to the ex-presidential guard to join them or be deserters.

    - HAT interim health minister and Telecommunications, Andriamananoro Augustine, tries to replace head of Befelatanana, Paul Rajaonarivelo, who has been at this post for 35 years. Andriamananoro Augustine faces strike and revolt when trying to replace him with a general practitioner, Dr. Dolores Rasolofiakarana, and states that they violate the ethics of law and medicine.

    - HAT education minister has replaced the headmaster of Lycée Moderne d’Ampefiloha, Nirina Razafindralambo, with their own headmaster. The previous headmaster was taken from the school and his whereabouts is unknown though it is suspected he is being held by CAPSAT.

    - Employees of Central bank went on strike when Monja Roindefo and HAT government attempt to impose their own rules on the bank.

    - HAT installs Pety Rakotoniaina, criminal, as mayor of Fianarantsoa. He was jailed for 12 years of hard labor for robbery, conspiracy and attempted coup with General Andrianafidisoa.

    - HAT plans to install new mayor in Toamasina.

    - Alain ANDRIAMISEZA a leading pro-legalist was arrested yesterday because of his vision of democracy, and that they were able to show for two months and the legalistic demonstrated peacefully for a week. He also pointed out that during their demonstration, there has been no vandalism or looting, or buildings burned.

    - Army/police have harrassed and incarcerated bloggers and journalists, forcing them to delete all photos taken at the site of confrontation with the police/army 03-30. They have used tear gas every day there was a rally and have open fire with live bullets on the crowd in a non-red zone.

    - HAT minister of security announces that any rallies require a permit from the AUC. Warning that organizers of the events are responsible before the law in case of overflow or acts of vandalism or damage of persons, private or public property. Gives a permit almost immediately to released criminals so they can occupy Ambohijatovo to prevent rallies.

    - HAT suspends parliament.

    - HAT removes Madagascar from SADC. The SADC represents a single market valued at $ 360 billion and 431 billion with the entry of Angola and the Congo. 15 countries are part of the SADC bloc including Mauritius, Seychelles, South Africa and Mozambique. The objectives of SADC are the customs union in 2010, the common market in 2015 and the single currency in 2018.

    - HAT assigns a new headmaster to Lycée Jules Ferry.
    MP William Rakoto went missing when pro-legalists were prevented from going to May 13th square.

    - HAT has military search mines and private businesses for weapons or mercenaries.

    - HAT is regularily commandeering TIKO trucks.

    - HAT has lowered wages and stripped benefits from civil workers

    - HATs finances depend on the sale of Force One, mysterious owed taxes from TIKO and the money that would come from the foreign contracts they are re-opening in hopes of obtaining extra money.

    - HAT has fired ambassadors abroad for not agreeing with their government.

    - HAT minister of education mandates that all learning is to be done in French rather than Malagasy.

    - HAT is going to draft a new constitution with it’s own rules once they have stacked government.

    - HAT has filled 10 of 11 seats of the HCC with its own members.

    - HAT appoints Ranary Robertson as the new Attorney General of the Supreme Court.

    - HAT gets almost all non-humanitarian aid suspsended to the country. France continues to support Madagascar and the EU supports Madagascar until their contract is up.

    Remember, all of this was done in just 22 business days (5 days, Mon - Fri) of being in office.

    Nampidirin'i toiletgoose 13 Apr 2009, 10:17