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Zooma Capricorne 2003/04/04
Broadcasted 4 April 2003 on Fréquence Paris Plurielle (F.P.P.) FM 106.3
(90 min french/malagasy)
Speaker: Claudia Solofolandy, Fano engineering.
Three interviews that Claudia made in Madagascar with people who have a different vision of the one Changes that occur there. They mostly wait for real changes and, sometimes, doubt that
things will really go another way.
First is M.Leriva Manahirana. He is newly elected in Brickaville, in the east area, and
is just learning all the political rules and social job of a "representative". What he
remarks in his country is that he doesn't understand while the biggest hydraulic dam
Andekaleka is nearby Brickaville, why doesn't his town get enough electricity light?
Second is Anglican reverend Hyacinthe Jaona Ramahalefitra. He is both a school manager
and also journalist in Antalaha, in the north-east.
Third is Tianasoa, a young van driver in Antananarivo. He doesn't agree with the town
committee decision to demolish the big new fuel station of Jovenna in Anosizato, while
it was the "biggest of Africa" and was the pride of the quarter, even it has been built
1/ Raha izaho (Tiana)
2/ Roapanolo (Senge)
3/ Regninay (Francisiko)
4/ Homena anao (Mbolatiana)
5/ Antsiranana (Mily Clément)