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MADAGASCAR-ELECTION/
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October 24, 2013
A general view shows the cityscape and the Queen Palace, also called Manjakamiadana, in Madagascar's...
Antananarivo, Madagascar
A general view shows the cityscape and the Queen Palace, also called Manjakamiadana, in Madagascar's...
A general view shows the cityscape and the Queen Palace, also called Manjakamiadana, in Madagascar's capital Antananarivo, October 24, 2013. Voters in Madagascar's presidential election on Friday desperately hope for an end to a five-year political crisis that has scared off investors and severely damaged the economy, but there is little optimism they will get their wish. There are low expectations on the nickel and vanilla-producing Indian Ocean island for a conclusive result from the first vote since 39-year-old former disc jockey Andry Rajoelina seized power in a military-backed coup in March 2009. Antananarivo means "the city of a thousand", to refer to the 1000 soldiers that hypothetically guarded the newly found city during the supremacy of the revered King Andrianjaka. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (MADAGASCAR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE)
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