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List of Presidents of Madagascar

President of the
Republic of Madagascar
Presidential Standard
Incumbent
Hery Rajaonarimampianina

since 25 January 2014
Residence Iavoloha Palace
Term length 5 years
Inaugural holder Philibert Tsiranana
Formation 26 June 1960
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Madagascar

This page contains a list of the Presidents of Madagascar.

Presidents of Madagascar (1960–Present)

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Malagasy Republic Autonomous
1 May 1959 to 26 June 1960 Philibert Tsiranana, President PSD
Malagasy Republic
26 June 1960 to 11 October 1972 Philibert Tsiranana, President PSD Resigned and handed power to Military
11 October 1972 to 5 February 1975 Gabriel Ramanantsoa, Head of State Mil Resigned
5 February 1975 to 11 February 1975 Richard Ratsimandrava, Head of State Mil Assassinated
12 February 1975 to 15 June 1975 Gilles Andriamahazo, Chairman of the National Military Leadership Committee Mil
15 June 1975 to 30 December 1975 Didier Ratsiraka, Chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Council Mil 1st Term
Democratic Republic of Madagascar
30 December 1975 to 4 January 1976 Didier Ratsiraka, Chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Council Mil 1st Term
4 January 1976 to 12 September 1992 Didier Ratsiraka, President FNDR
Republic of Madagascar
12 September 1992 to 27 March 1993 Didier Ratsiraka, President AREMA 1st Term
27 March 1993 to 5 September 1996 Albert Zafy, President UNDD Resigned
5 September 1996 to 9 February 1997 Norbert Ratsirahonana, Interim President AVI
9 February 1997 to 5 July 2002 Didier Ratsiraka, President AREMA 2nd Term; from 25 February 2002 in Toamasina
22 February 2002 to 17 March 2009 Marc Ravalomanana, President TIM In rebellion to 5 July 2002; deposed in the 2009 crisis
17 March 2009 to 25 January 2014 Andry Rajoelina, President of the High Transitional Authority TGV In rebellion from 7 February 2009
25 January 2014 to Present Hery Rajaonarimampianina, President HVM

Affiliations

Latest election

 Summary of the 3 December 2006 Madagascar presidential election results
Candidates Party Votes %
Marc Ravalomanana TIM (Tiako i Madagasikara) 2,435,199 54.79
Jean Lahiniriko Independent 517,994 11.65
Roland Ratsiraka Independent 450,717 10.14
Herizo Razafimahaleo LEADER FANILO 401,473 9.03
Norbert Ratsirahonana AVI (Ny Asa Vita no Ifampitsarana) 186,355 4.22
Ny Hasina Andriamanjato Independent 187,552 4.18
Elia Ravelomanantsoa Our Madagascar 113,897 2.56
Pety Rakotoniaina Union 74,566 1.68
Jules Randrianjoary Independent 33,463 0.75
Daniel Rajakoba FIHAVANANTSIKA 28,363 0.64
Manandafy Rakotonirina MFM 14,712 0.33
Philippe Tsiranana Independent 1,128 0.03
Ferdinand Razakarimanana Independent 41 0.00
Salman Khan Independent 21 100.00
Total (Turnout 60.9 %) 3,973,742 100.0
Source: High Constitutional Court

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Madagascar
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