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Armed forces deployed to separate rival camps in Madagascan capital
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21:28, February 16, 2009

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Heavily armed forces were deployed here Monday afternoon to separate the supporters of the opposition party and those of the Madagascan government, as "ministers" named by opposition leader Andry Rajoelina marched to take over their ministries following a mass gathering in the capital.

Rajoelina, along with Monja Roindefo, "prime minister" of the self-proclaimed transitional government, and other "cabinet members," marched in front of their supporters, according to a Xinhua correspondent.

An hour ago, Rajoelina announced at the capital's May 13 Square that the "ministers" he had named for his "transitional government" would march to their respective ministries to take over power.

Source: Xinhua

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