October 6, 2009 / 7:44 PM / 9 years ago

Madagascar parties agree posts, Rajoelina president

ANTANANARIVO, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Madagascar’s feuding political parties agreed the top three posts in an interim government on Tuesday with 35-year-old Andry Rajoelina remaining president, delegates at power-sharing talks said.

"We now have the three posts that were missing in Maputo," Ange Andrianarisoa, head of one of the four delegations, told reporters, referring to previous talks. "The president is Andry Rajoelina, the vice-president is Emmanuel Rakotovahiny, and the prime minister is Eugene Mangalaza."

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