CETIM’s actions, with its partners in the field, in favour of the Malagasy people

Human Rights Violations in Madagascar in Rural Areas

HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 51st session The “coup d’Etat” led on 17 March 2009 by Andry Rajoelina (current president of the country), then mayor of Antananarivo, has plunged Madagascar into a cycle of successive institutional crises, setting back democracy and the rule of law. The human rights situation continues to deteriorate. Between corruption, looting of public […]

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Violations in Madagascar

On the 6th of November last, during the 34th session of the UN Universal Periodic Review, the CETIM organised a parallel conference on the theme of poverty and human rights violations in Madagascar. The Malagasy population is among the poorest in the world. The inhabitants, the majority of whom live in rural areas, live on […]

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Violations of human rights in Madagascar

Since independence in 1960, political life in Madagascar has been disrupted by several attempted coups. On 17 March 2009, the then mayor of the capital, Andry Rajoelina (1974), took power by force, plunging the country into an endless political crisis. Although the African Union tried to find a consensual and inclusive political agreement to end […]

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