2023 presidential election in Madagascar: Andry Rajoelina announces his candidacy

Madagascar: the High Court of Justice confirms the re-election of Andry Rajoelina

The High Court of Justice of Madagascar confirmed this Friday, the victory of the outgoing president, Andry Rajoelina, in the first round of the presidential election on November 16. Re-elected, Andry Rajoelina, therefore left for the continuity of presidential action at the head of this island located off the south-east coast of Africa.

Aged 49, President Andry Rajoelina was re-elected as head of Madagascar. The country’s Court of Justice confirmed this re-election with almost 59% of the votes, as announced last Saturday by the electoral commission, and a turnout of just over 46%, down compared to the 2018 election. .

Another important decision of the Court is the rejection of the appeals brought by the opposition for the cancellation of the vote. “The Malagasy people have chosen the path of continuity, serenity and stability”welcomed Mr. Rajoelina after the announcement of the results on Saturday.