Charles Rabemananjara

Charles Rabemananjara ( born June 9, 1947 in Ampatsakana - Antananarivo ) was Prime Minister of Madagascar. He took office on 20 January 2007, with the beginning of the second term of President Marc Ravalomanana. At the same time Rabemananjara was Minister of Interior and Administrative Reform. During the first term of Ravalomanana, which began in 2002, Rabemananjara was a leading military since 2004. He was Minister of the Interior in late 2005. He is the general of the army and his appointment as Prime Minister could be seen as a sign of the growing influence of the military in government since a failed coup attempt by ex-general Andrianafidisoa 2006. The term of office Rabemananjaras ended with the coup, Andry Rajoelina, his successor in the office of the Prime Minister was Monja Roindefo.

He is married and has four children.

Gabriel Ramanantsoa | Joel Rakotomalala | Justin Rakotoniaina | Désiré Rakotoarijaona | Victor Ramahatra | Guy Razanamasy | Francisque Ravony | Emmanuel Rakotovahiny | Norbert Ratsirahonana | Pascal Rakotomavo | Tantely Andrianarivo | Jacques Sylla | Jean -Jacques Rasolondraibe | Charles Rabemananjara | Monja Roindefo | Eugène Mangalaza | Albert Camille Vital | Omer Beriziky

  • Prime Minister (Madagascar)
  • Minister (Madagascar)
  • Secretary of the Interior
  • Madagascan
  • Born in 1947
  • Man