Le projet de code de communication mediatisee a ete vote par l'Assemblee Nationale Malgache en session extraordinaire aujourd'hui a 00.08
RAISING YOUR VOICE IS NOT A CRIME, IT IS YOUR RIGHT / NY FANANDRATANO NY FEONAO DIA TSY HELOKA BEVAVA FA ZO FOTOTRA A STATE WHICH PROSECUTES PEOPLE WHO CLAIM THEIR RIGHT IS JUST A GANG OF OUTLAWS / FANJAKANA MANENJIKA IREO OLONA MITAKY NY ZONY DIA TSY FANJAKANA AKORY FA DAHALO
Nowadays, when I go on Facebook and when I look at most of "local" discussions about gay issues in Madagascar, I sometimes just want to throw up. I didn't know that the level of intolerance has gone that high ... I'm not gay but I have nothing against them. I can understand that some people … Continue reading Is such terrible law possible in Madagascar?
This is then the final result of the more than 10 days intensive political bargaining between the President Hery Rajaonarimampianina, the Prime Minister General Jean Ravelonarivo, and the political parties or circles of influence which officially or unofficially back the current regime. Yesterday, the Madagascar presidency announced on its web site that the decree 2015-030 … Continue reading The Ravelonarivo Government is born
"When the power needed by the customers is too important than what is available, JIRAMA has to cut it" This is the first statement that you can see on the page under the category "powercut" from JIRAMA's web site. This means nothing else than: "powercuts are never the fault of the JIRAMA ... customers are … Continue reading WAKE UP MADAGASCAR FIGHTS POWERCUT IN THE CAPITAL CITY
Article 01 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood." Even if everybody in my country, Madagascar, knows what are the Human Rights, I am pretty sure … Continue reading Human Rights are not for those who starve