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  1. Andry Rajoelina

    Andry Rajoelina


    Andry Nirina Rajoelina (Malagasy: ) (born 30 May 1974) was the President of the High Transitional Authority of Madagascar. He became president on 21 March 2009 during a political crisis, having held the office of Mayor of Antananarivo for one year prior, and stepped down on 25 January 2014 following internationally recognized general elections held in 2013. Before entering the political arena, Rajoelina launched several successful enterprises, including a printing and advertising company called Injet in 1999 and the Viva radio and television networks in 2007. He began his career as an entrepreneur in his teenage years, first as a disc jockey at local clubs and parties, and later by organizing and promoting musical events in the capital.

  2. Philibert Tsiranana

    Philibert Tsiranana


    Philibert Tsiranana (18 October 1912 – 16 April 1978) was a Malagasy politician and leader, who served as the first President of Madagascar from 1959 to 1972. During the twelve years of his administration, the Republic of Madagascar enjoyed institutional stability that stood in contrast to the political turmoil many countries of the African mainland experienced in this period. This stability contributed to Tsiranana's popularity and his reputation as a remarkable statesman. Compared with the leaders of other developing countries of the time, his conduct appears honorable. Madagascar experienced moderate economic growth under his pragmatic socialist policies and came to be known as "the Happy Island." However, the democratization process was fraught with challenges and his term ultimately terminated in a political impasse that brought about the end of the democratic First Republic and ushered in the isolationist, Soviet-inspired socialist Second Republic.

  3. Pierrot Rajaonarivelo

    Pierrot Rajaonarivelo


    Pierrot Jocelyn Rajaonarivelo (born 1946) is a Malagasy politician who served in the government of Madagascar as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2011 to 2013. He previously served as Deputy Prime Minister from 1997 to 2002, under President Didier Ratsiraka, and he was also National Secretary of the AREMA party at that time. He went into exile when Ratsiraka was ousted in 2002, and he was subsequently convicted of abuse of office in absentia. He was seen by many as the main potential challenger to President Marc Ravalomanana in the December 2006 presidential election; however, he was barred from standing.

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  5. Monja Jaona

    Monja Jaona


    Monja Jaona (1910-1994) was a Malagasy politician and early nationalist who significantly drove political events on the island during his lifetime. He was a member of Jiny, a militant nationalist group formed in southern Madagascar in the 1940s that sided with MDRM during the ultimately unsuccessful Malagasy Uprising of 1947 against French rule. The colonial government imprisoned him from 1946 to 1950 for his affiliation with Jiny. He formed the Madagascar for the Malagasy (MONIMA) party in 1958 and successfully campaigned for the seat of mayor in Toliara, a position he held from 1959 to 1961. He came to view president Philibert Tsiranana and his Social Democratic Party (PSD) supporters as unduly favorable to continued French interests on the island after independence in 1960. Jaona instigated the 1971-72 rotaka farmer and student protests that successfully forced Tsiranana's resignation.

  6. Albert Camille Vital

    Albert Camille Vital


    Brigadier General Albert Camille Vital (born on 18 July 1952) is a Malagasy Army officer, politician and civil engineer. He was Prime Minister of Madagascar from 2009 to 2011, and he has been Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva since 2012.

  7. Patrick Ramiaramanana

    Patrick Ramiaramanana


    Patrick Xavier Heriniaina Ramiaramanana is a Malagasy politician. He was Mayor of Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, before serving in the government from 2007 to 2008.

  8. Younous Oumouri

    Younous Oumouri


    Younous Oumouri (born 30 August 1975) is a French footballer. He plays as a right and centre back, currently for Egaleo F.C. in Greece and formerly for Dender in Belgium and Apollon Kalamarias F.C. in Greece. He also played for FC Martigues (1998–99).

  9. Lalao Ravaonirina

    Lalao Ravaonirina


    Lalao Ravaonirina (born 8 November 1963) is a retired Malagasy athlete who specialized in the 100 and 200 metres.

  10. Madagascar Slim

    Madagascar Slim


    Randriamananjara Radofa Besata Jean Longin (born October 31, 1956 in Antananarivo, Madagascar) is a Canadian-Malagasy folk and blues guitarist, who records and performs under the stage name Madagascar Slim. He is a member of the folk music band Tri-Continental and the world music group African Guitar Summit, as well as a solo artist and a regular collaborator with blues singer Ndidi Onukwulu.

  11. Honoré Rakotomanana

    Honoré Rakotomanana


    Honoré Rakotomanana is a Malagasy politician and judge. Beginning in 1995, was the first Deputy Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), but was forced to resign in 1997 due to charges of incompetence.

  12. Lalaina Nomenjanahary

    Lalaina Nomenjanahary


    Lalaina Nomenjanahary (born June 1, 1986) is a Malagasy footballer who currently plays for French club RC Lens in France.

  13. Sennen Andriamirado

    Sennen Andriamirado


    Sennen Andriamirado (1945 – July 15, 1997) was a Malagasy journalist. He was associated with the magazine Jeune Afrique for eighteen years and served as one of its four editors-in-chief. He is best known for his biographies of Thomas Sankara, the revolutionary leader of Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987.

  14. Clarisse Rasoarizay

    Clarisse Rasoarizay


    Clarisse Rasoarizay (born September 27, 1971) is a female long-distance runner from Madagascar, who represented her native African country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. She won the women's marathon at the 2003 All-Africa Games in Abuja, Nigeria and the 1997 Jeux de la Francophonie.

  15. Nicole Ramalalanirina

    Nicole Ramalalanirina


    Nicole Ramalalanirina (born 5 March 1972 in Antananarivo, Madagascar) is a French athlete who specializes in the 100 metres hurdles. She changed nationality from her native Madagascar in 1998.

  16. Mamisoa Razafindrakoto

    Mamisoa Razafindrakoto


    Mamisoa Razafindrakoto (born August 13, 1974) is a Malagasy former footballer.

  17. Philippe Jeantot

    Philippe Jeantot


    Philippe Jeantot (born 8 May 1952 in Antananarivo, Madagascar) is a French former deep sea diver, who achieved recognition as a sailor for long-distance, single-handed racing and record-setting. He founded the Vendée Globe, a single-handed, round-the-world, non-stop yacht race.

  18. Elia Ravelomanantsoa

    Elia Ravelomanantsoa


    Elia Ravelomanantsoa (born 1960) is a Malagasy politician and the director of Synergy-FCB.

  19. Tsiomeko of Boina

    Tsiomeko of Boina


    Tsiomeko (1828–1843) was the last Queen and monarch of the Boina Kingdom.

  20. Ali Soilih

    Ali Soilih


    Ali Soilih, full name Ali Soilih M'tsashiwa, (Arabic: علي صويلح‎; January 7, 1937 – May 29, 1978) was a Comorian socialist revolutionary and political figure.

  21. Jean Ralaimongo

    Jean Ralaimongo


    Jean Ralaimongo (1885–1944) was a teacher who came to prominence after campaigning to get the French government to give citizenship to the people of Madagascar. Ralaimongo wanted Madagascar to become a French département and therefore part of France. He came to prominence after 3,000 demonstrated following speeches in a cinema in 1929.

  22. Hamada Jambay

    Hamada Jambay


    Hamada Jambay (born 25 April 1975) is a retired French-Malagasy a football defender.

  23. Andriamasinavalona



    King Andriamasinavalona (1675–1710), also known as Andrianjakanavalondambo, was a King of Imerina in the central part of the highlands of Madagascar.

  24. Sedera Randriamparany

    Sedera Randriamparany


    Sedera Mathieu Randriamparany (born May 3, 1990) is a Malagasy footballer. He currently plays for JS Saint-Pierroise in Réunion.

  25. Gilles Andriamahazo

    Gilles Andriamahazo


    General Gilles Andriamahazo (1919–1989) was a Malagasy general and political figure. Originally he was a Merina and served as the military president of Madagascar (Chairman of the National Military Leadership Committee) between 12 February and 15 June 1975.

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