Marc Ravalomanana, candidate in the race for the supreme magistracy
The National Congress of the TIM (Tiako I Madagascar) political party has officially announced the candidacy of Marc Ravalomanana, the party’s National President, for the forthcoming presidential election on November 9, 2023.
This major announcement was made at the major national congress held on July 1, 2023 at Magro Tanjombato, arousing emotions and shouts of joy among the 2,000 participants.
In a critical context marked by persistent poverty and the political drift that has lasted for too long in Madagascar, Marc Ravalomanana feels it his imperative duty to propose a radical, life-saving change for the country. He expresses his faith in his electoral victory and calls for the unity of all to restore hope.
Ravalomanana appeals for support from other political parties sharing the same vision as the TIM, as well as from all Malagasy citizens, to save the country. His main objective is to free Madagascar from the poverty that has paralyzed it for too long, and he insists on the need for everyone to work together to rebuild the country.
After 14 years of difficulties linked to poor governance, Madagascar and the Malagasy people need a new lease of life.
The TIM party is preparing to take up this new challenge and restore the dignity of the Malagasy people by bringing prosperity back to the country. Marc Ravalomanana believes that Madagascar’s impoverishment appears to be intentional, and stresses the importance of collective responsibility in electoral participation, choosing the right candidate and verifying the electoral roll to lift the country out of poverty. President Marc Ravalomanana proposes the Madagascar Action Plan Plus (MAP PLUS) as a key program for his governance. This plan aims to ensure food for all, education for all children and reform of JIRAMA. The program is divided into three parts: urgent actions, short-term and long-term efforts. The emphasis is on actions that have a direct impact on the population and benefit everyone, rather than on Ravalomanana’s personal interests.