Political Economy Summary
|Independence||26 June 1960|
|Current Head of State||H.E. Andry Nirina Rajoelina|
|Current Head of Government||P.M. Christian Louis Ntsay|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Eloi Alphonse Maxime Dovo|
|Minister of Finance||Richard James Randriamandrato|
|Central Bank Govenor||Alain Hervé Rasolofondraibe|
|Next National Elections Date||2023|
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Since independence from France in 1960, Madagascar’s economy and development challenges have been compounded by periodic political unrests that have hampered economic growth and limited ...
The December 19, 2001 disputed elections sparked political tensions between President Didier Ratsiraka and Marc Ravalomanana, the then mayor of Antananarivo. Initial results did not ...
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Interview about the regional impact of Cyclone Idai on the SADC region and the response. The discussion reviews the state of disaster risk-management in the ...