08/06/2014 : TOAST REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT AT U.S.-AFRICA LEADERS SUMMIT DINNER
07/30/2014 : 2013 International Religious Freedom Report for Madagascar
07/06/2014 : Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement Signing in Moroni
07/11/2014 : USAID held a seminar in Antananarivo to inform potential exporters about next steps regarding the AGOA
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/The United States commends the declaration by President Rajaonarimampianina yesterday. As we have noted in the past, considering defamation a criminal offense punishable by imprisonment, as is currently the case under Malagasy law, is an approach disproportionate with the offense. ... version française »
First, allow me to extend our warmest greetings to our Comoran hosts as they observe the holy month of Ramadan. President Obama, in a statement issued by the White House on the occasion of Ramadan, observed, Version française »
07/03/2014: REMARKS BY CHARGE D’AFFAIRES ERIC WONG ON THE OCCASION OF THE 238TH ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE JULY 3, 2014
It is my great honor to welcome you to the American Embassy to celebrate the 238th anniversary of the independence of the United States of America. Version Française »
First, on behalf of the United States Embassy, allow me to offer my congratulations to all the English Access Program students who are gathered here this morning.
The Embassy of the United States has the honor of conveying to the Government of Madagascar the text of the following statement issued on May 27, 2014 by the Spokesperson of the U.S. Department of State, on the removal of restrictions on assistance to Madagascar. ...version française »
For while several hundred Peace Corps Volunteers serving in Madagascar have been sworn in over the last 5 years, this is the first time since 2009 that we have conducted a swearing-in ceremony with the highest levels of the Government of Madagascar. ... dikateny malagasy »
01/18/2014 – The United States welcomes the announcement of the final results of Madagascar’s presidential election.
We commend the Malagasy electoral authorities for organizing a poll that reflects the will of the Malagasy people and are grateful to the United Nations for its support to the electoral process. Version Française »
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Have you experienced the environment in Madagascar ? Check our the natural splendor and spas of Ranomafana National Park via its Facebook page.
What vacation activities aren’t available in Ranomafana National Park?
- A. Kayaking
- B- Camping
- C. Horseback riding
- D- Hiking
- E- Swimming
Located in the southeastern part of Madagascar, Ranomafana National Park is the right place to spend a vacation.
The National Park offers hikers the chance to see a number of unique and important species within its mountain rainforests, including different kinds of bamboo lemurs, countless reptiles, a large number of bird species and incredibly diverse flora; and also to spot great places for camping. It has some of the finest hot springs in Madagascar from which the name "Ranomafana" was adopted.
The themal baths are just the right temperature and are a relaxing way to spend the afternoon.
You can also swim and go kayaking in the crystal clear water of the Namorona river and waterfalls.
1- What does democracy means to you?
- A: government by the people
- B: Government of people
- C: gouvernement working for the people
Democracy by definition means the government by people. That means that all the people should be able to have their say in one way another in everything that affects their lives. Dictionaries usually say that this right can either be exercised directly (by every member of a community having the possibility to enter personally, without mediators, his position on a particular issue into the decision making process - modern technology is able to provide this possibility for increasingly larger and larger communities), or through representatives (members of legislative bodies). This second arrangement is then called Representative Democracy.
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