The political tensions which have risen in recent weeks worry the Green party, which advocates the need for a calm electoral climate. The Hasin’i Madagasikara Green Party, led by its president Alexandre Georget, does not want to stay behind in the political debate which is beginning to stir up in the country. Faithful to these principles, based on “ecological wisdom”, social justice, participatory democracy, non-violence, sustainable development, gender parity and secularism, the party favors the path of appeasement so that the country is heading towards a free, transparent election accepted by all. “The election is the only way to have a President of the Republic,” said Alexandre Georget during the press conference that the Greens gave recently in Antaninarenina.
According to the party’s number one, assisted by all the regional coordinators coming from the four corners of the Big Island, we must nevertheless remain in compliance with the laws in force.
According to the party, the country has taken important steps towards elections, and the electoral calendar is on track. Alexandre Georget insists that the bodies responsible for elections take their responsibilities head on.
Faced with provocations and temptations to disrupt the electoral process, the Green Party is launching a solemn appeal. They urge all political actors to refrain from provocations and respect the integrity of the process. For Georget, it is essential that each candidate respect each other and serve as an example for the Malagasy people.
The party strongly believes in transparent elections where the voice of the people is heard without hindrance. The electoral campaign period is the time for each candidate to present their vision for the future of the country.
As Madagascar prepares for the next elections, the Hasin’i Madagasikara Green Party embodies the voice of moderation and mutual respect, hoping that the process will go smoothly and reflect the true will of its citizens.