Madagascar opposition says its leader to head transition
ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - Officials of Madagascar's opposition movement said Tuesday their leader Andry Rajoelina would head a transitional authority after the Indian Ocean island's president handed over to the military.
Opposition officials, speaking at a ceremony when Rajoelina entered outgoing leader Marc Ravalomanana's offices, said the opposition would organize elections within 24 months and re-write the constitution to create a "Fourth Republic."
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