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Madagascan Christian churches leader gives up mediation efforts on political crisis
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10:02, February 26, 2009

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The Madagascan Christian Council of churches has given up its mediation over the current political crisis between President Marc Ravalomanana and opposition leader Andry Rajoelina, Council President Odon Razanakolona announced here on Wednesday evening.

He told a press conference at the council's headquarters shortly after the end of the fourth meeting between delegations of the government and the opposition camp that the United Nations representative to Madagascar would continue the mediation efforts instead of the churches.

In a short statement, the churches leader called on the armed forces to intervene to protect the people and their properties.


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