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    Voters Not Sure Madagascar Election Will End Crisisi
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    December 20, 2013 7:29 AM
    Voters in Madagascar are returning to the polls Friday to elect a new president and parliament. Hopes are high that the new leadership will end a five-year political and economic crisis in the Indian Ocean island nation, where a former mayor of the capital, Antananarivo, ousted a democratically elected president in 2009. Zlatica Hoke reports from Washington.

    Voters Not Sure Madagascar Election Will End Crisis

    Published December 20, 2013

    Voters in Madagascar are returning to the polls Friday to elect a new president and parliament. Hopes are high that the new leadership will end a five-year political and economic crisis in the Indian Ocean island nation, where a former mayor of the capital, Antananarivo, ousted a democratically elected president in 2009. Zlatica Hoke reports from Washington.


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