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France witnessed positive developments in Madagascar

On August 13, 2010, 99 Madagascan political parties signed a political agreement to consensually organize a peaceful transition to new institutions and a realistic electoral timetable. This is a positive development.

This agreement is nevertheless partial and remains a study document. France hopes all of the other political blocs and movements will sign on.

To fully contribute to resolving the crisis in a manner that is consensual, transparent, credible and supported by the international community, this political agreement must also be based on the initiative presented by the Madagascan civil society umbrella group, the Coordination Nationale des Organisations de la Société Civile (C.N.O.S.C.), whose innovative project was presented in July to mediator Joaquim Chissano.

As France has already emphasized, these new initiatives demonstrate that the avenues of inter-Madagascan dialogue have not been exhausted. We should continue to encourage them.

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