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(Englisches Buch) The further adventures of a young David Attenborough - from Madagascar and New Guinea to the Pacific Islands and the Northern Territory of Australia \'Abundantly good\' TLS \'With charm, erudition, humour and passion, the world\'s favourite ... Hodder & Stoughton, 432 Seiten, alter Preis: 20,90 EUR - arvelle.de-Preis: 20,90 EUR
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Since the 2009 military coup backed unashamedly by french government and catholic church's clergy, Madagascar's social and economic situation has dramatically worsened. Just imagine that on the day of 26 January 2009 alone, thousands of people lost their jobs, because of mass plundering, vandalism and destruction of industries primarily financed by the anglosaxon world. Poverty rate, school drop-out and criminality rates have never been as high as now. To cope with that deleterious situation, many parents, adolescents and young adults "are forced to devise alternative solutions" for their livelihood ... Foreigners should be really cautious when engaging in relationship with young Malagasy men because most of them may be expecting to get some kind of "reward" - and their parents, if they are aware of their child behaviour, or even complicit - will expect you to "sponsor" more or less voluntarily some expenses (education, etc.) - In a few words, if you already know what it is to date a Filipino, then you already have an idea of what you may expect from a Malagasy ...
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MADAGASCAR is safe.
You may do anything you want here, provided you do it in private and with consenting guy(s).
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Les dirigeants malgaches l'ont reconnu. En conseil des ministres, le président de la République, a constaté que « Malgré les efforts déployés sur le terrain, il semble que les dispositifs et les mécanismes en place trouvent leurs limites pour endiguer et éradiquer ce fléau ». Cela, en rapport notamment à la reprise des attaques à mains armées, les kidnappings récurrents en ville comme dans les campagnes, notamment ces derniers jours. Ceci est une « défiance à l'égard de l'autorité de l'Etat », lance (...)

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7 février 2009 – 7 février 2019. L'hécatombe d'Ambohitsirohitra a eu lieu il y a 10 ans. Un samedi après-midi, à l'issue d'une manifestation populaire menée par Andry Rajoelina, les manifestants répondant à l'appel du Premier ministre de la rue de l'époque, Monja Roindefo, se sont rués vers le palais d'État d'Ambohitsirohitra. Effusion de sang, des morts, des blessés, un bilan lourd pour les partisans de la révolution orange. A la mémoire des victimes, une cérémonie sobre, marquée par un dépôt de gerbe de (...)

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          Quatre gros blocs de rochers détruits à Ambatobevanja      Cache   Translate Page      

Les pompiers ont procédé à la destruction de quatre blocs de pierres dans le quartier d'Ambatobevanja, Tsimialonjafy, dans les environs de Manjakamiadana hier. Le commandant Randrianarisoa de préciser toutefois que l'opération consistait tout simplement à enlever les parties superficielles des blocs, car ces derniers se sont déjà enracinés profondément dans le sol, et il est très difficile de l'enlever parce qu'on ne sait pas ce qui pourrait se passer dans le sous-sol.
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At last, I’ve taken my Carnegie-quest to California, where a bounty of 87 await me.  If it weren’t for the wrecker’s ball, it would be 144, the most of any state other than Indiana with 167. The 57 it has lost are more than were built in all but eleven states, but not the highest percentage of loss.  That ignominy goes to Texas, where only thirteen of its thirty-three remain.

It will be the first winter in a while that I won’t be touring in some distant land—Senegal and Madagascar the past two winters, and Taiwan and the Philippines, the previous two.  I had planned to stick to this hemisphere this winter,  flying into Uruguay, then biking through Brasil to the Guyanas for the lone Carnegie in South America in Georgetown, while knocking off the four countries I’d yet to bike in South American—the three Guyanas and Uruguay—but I would have had to have left by November to avoid the brutal summer heat of Brasil and couldn’t get the visas in time.  

California and it’s Carnegies have beckoned for a long time, so they made for an excellent, though far less exotic, second choice.  California in a way is like another country with an economy even larger than Brasil’s, so I know I will have an enriching ride and without having to flash my passport.   I’d have been here a month already, nearly completing my mission and moving on to the four Carnegies in Arizona, but Janina had an exhibition of her water colors in Bloomington, Indiana, where she received her MFA, that opened February 1.  No way could I  miss that.  It was a most productive delay allowing me to track down six books on Carnegie libraries, three at Indiana University’s library, that I just had enough time to read during the three days Janina hung her work.  One was on the Carnegies of Indiana and another on those of Ohio, each written by a fanatic with photos and brief descriptions of each.   The other was on 71 of the Carnegies in the states of Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, California and Idaho, written by an academic.  

Back in Chicago I took advantage of my Northwestern library privileges to read its copy of a book on the Carnegies of Ireland and to have it send away for the University of Illinois’ copy of a book on the Carnegies of Kansas.  I had the option of the University of Chicago or National Louis University in downtown Chicago for a book on the Carnegies of Ontario.  The latter, across the street from the Art Institute, was a little easier to access, so I availed myself of it, denying myself the pleasure of reading in the hallowed stacks of the U of C. I have yet to determine if there is a book on the Carnegies of California.  The only other states I know that have a book written on their Carnegies are Illinois, Wisconsin and Nebraska.  Only Nebraska awaits me. 

This deep Carnegie immersion had me plenty eager to be witnessing Carnegies in the flesh, or brick.  It was a fifty-three hour train trip, three hours longer than scheduled, to Sacramento for my first.   The train was less than half full, so I could comfortably sprawl on the floor at the back of my car on my sleeping pad both nights, arriving in Sacramento plenty refreshed.  Unfortunately the train arrived with less than an hour of daylight left, so I only had time for a quick look at Sacramento’s Carnegie before pushing to get out of the city to find a place to camp.  And I only had a few minutes to talk with Tim, my long-time occasional traveling buddy and fellow nomad (or yes-sane) who happened to be hanging out in California for the winter tending to Maria’s sister, who is undergoing chemotherapy in San Jose.  She presently is between sessions and can get along on her own, so he was able to meet me at the train with his bike, adorned in a day-glow jacket, and will tag along with me for a while in his car  as we did several years ago on one of my  rides to the vigil at the School of the Americas in South Carolina.  Time with Tim is as alluring as Carnegies.

We biked over to the Carnegie, just a few blocks away.  It had a huge glassy addition to its side along a main thoroughfare in the heart of the city, but the three-story original continued to radiate a century’s worthy of majesty.  The new entrance with automatic doors and with no steps to navigate might be more user-friendly, but the original through a pair of columns and up a set of steps was far more soul-satisfying. 

After a quick peak inside, we had to get down to the business of finding a place for the night.  Tim returned to his car.  He had several possible sites where he could park and sleep, including a Walmart.  I had seen a handful of hobo encampments from the train on the route I’d be taking north out of the city, that I might intrude upon if I found nothing better. I passed a couple of very uninviting clusters of tents along the road surrounded by clutter. I didn’t have to resort to any of them as I came upon a golf course just before the airport as pitch dark settled in that offered a thick cluster of trees between fairways far enough from the road for some quiet.  It  made for a fine first night in the tent in 2019.  

It was 43 in my tent at daybreak, so I didn’t anticipate any golfers.  It was two miles to the Walmart.  There were RVs in its lot, but no Tim.  I went inside for some chocolate milk and a phone card to revive the phone I had last used four years ago on that trip to South Carolina with Tim, to better enable us to advise each other of our whereabouts between rendezvousing at Carnegies.  After two hours and failing to activate three different cards, the kindly, well-intentioned young man helping me, told me I would find a more knowledgeable person at the Walmart Superstore in Roseville, fifteen miles north where the next Carnegie awaited me.  The guy there was knowledgeable enough to tell me my Virgin Mobil phone was too old to be reestablsihed and that his store could not give me a refund on the $20 card I had bought at the other store.  The loss of three hours on this ordeal was worse than the loss of $20.  The phone was just going to be a luxury anyway, as Tim and I have done fine without it on other occasions.  


When I showed up at the Roseville Carnegie a couple of hours later than expected, Tim’s car with his bike mounted on top awaited me.  The handsome building was now the town museum. When I entered the attendant warmly greeted me and told me my friend was downstairs.  Tim was coming up the stairs accompanied by a docent who had spent the past hour giving him a thorough tour of all the museum had to offer.  One of the highlights was a train set that filled one of the rooms.  Tim pointed out a billowing cloud that represented a huge explosion that had taken place in the local train yard of a train that was transporting ordinance in the ‘70s for the Vietnam War.  The docent said she was 12 years old at the time and heard it in Sacramento twenty miles away.  It caused massive damage but miraculously resulted in no fatalities.  

The next Carnegie was ten miles to the north in Lincoln.  The traffic remained thick and so did the homes and businesses along the road.  At least there were periodic bike lanes or wide shoulders.  This was a flat valley floor with the Sierras within site to the east. With the temperature in the 50s I was wearing tights, but this was almost tropical compared to the polar vortex that had just plunged temperatures to near record lows of 50 below zero with the wind chill the week before I left.  I escaped the brunt of it in Bloomington, 200 miles south of Chicago, but was still out riding in minus ten degree temperatures, including a five-mile ride to and from Dwight’s farm outside of town. 


Once again Tim welcomed me to the Carnegie in Lincoln.  As with Roseville’s, it was easily the most distinguished building in town.  Likewise it hadn’t been adorned with an addition and had a plaque announcing it was on the National Register of Historic Places.  It had recently been replaced and presently was looking for a new inhabitant.  

The fifteen-mile ride over to Auburn gained over a thousand feet and at last had a rural flavor, though not much.  This was on old highway 40, the Lincoln Highway, the first coast-to-coast Road constricted in 1913 to promote automobile use.  It intersected with Interstate 80 just before Auburn.  Bikes were allowed to ride on it for half a mile, with no other alternative in the rugged terrain just before Auburn, an old gold-mining town with a statue of the town’s gold-miner founder at its entrance.


It’s Carnegie was up a steep road and once again Tim was there to welcome me and give me a synopsis on what he had scouted out in the vicinity.  He had stopped to see an old Finnish miners hall recommended by the docent at the Roseville Carnegie and also a pyramid an artist had constructed on his property.  He had no report on the contents of this Carnegie, now at Art Gallery, as it was closed.  The only art we saw were some sculptures of stacks of books on pikes behind the library in an enclosed garden with a few chairs that looked like a nice space for warmer-weather gatherings.  The plaque on this library said it had been replaced by a larger library in 1968, fifty years after it had been built.  It described it’s style as Greek Revival.  It had been designated a significant California building, but had yet to be given NRHP status.  It was the first of the four Carnegies so far to have “Free To All” on its front facade.


Despite the Walmart run-around, it had been a fine first day of biking.  I knew I had the favor of the gods as I had gathered two neckerchiefs along the way, both nicely-faded reds.  I can never have enough.  I can imagine a thousand and one or even a million and one uses for them.  I am most eager though to find a few license plates to add to my wall in one of Dwight’s out-buildings. At present my most westerly state is Colorado.  North Dakota is the furtherest north and Alabama the furthest south.

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          March 2019 on NickToons Africa | Lucky | KCA 2019 | Superheros + More      Cache   Translate Page      
Below is a round-up of Nicktoons Africa's programming highlights for March 2019!


More Highlights: February 2019 on Nicktoons | March 2019 on Nickelodeon

LUCKY
New Family Movie
Premieres: Thursday 22nd March 2019 at 09:40 CAT / 08:40 WAT / 10:40 EAT

Unlucky leprechaun, Happy McSweeney, is in for the adventure of a lifetime when he and his friends set out on a daring mission to retrieve the pot of gold that was stolen by the evil Houlihan from the McSweeney family years ago. [More info]

Kids Choice Awards 2019
Airs: Sunday 24th March at 17:05 CAT / 16:05 WAT / 18:05 EAT

This incredible special awards show will be simulcast on Nickelodeon South Africa, Rest of Africa as well as NickToons!

HERE’S TO THE SUPERHEROES

Because at NickToons, heroes are made from hard work, being humble, having good friends and a great attitude! This is a stunt so SUPER that Nickelodeon are playing it twice! Join all the NickToons Superheroes every weekday starting Monday 18th March to Friday 5th April 2019 from 06:35 CAT/ 05:35 WAT/ 07:35 EAT AND 10:00 CAT/ 09:00 WAT/ 11:00 EAT!

The important thing is to make kids laugh.

So, what is funny? That’s simple.

MONDAY 18th MARCH 2019 - Peppa Pig
TUESDAY 19th MARCH 2019 - Breadwinners
WEDNESDAY 20th MARCH 2019 - The Penguins of Madagascar
THURSDAY 21st MARCH 2019 - Avatar: The Last Airbender
FRIDAY 22nd MARCH 2019 - Winx Club
MONDAY 25th MARCH 2019 - My Little Pony
TUESDAY 26th MARCH 2019 - Robot and Monster
WEDNESDAY 27th MARCH 2019 - Moosebox
THURSDAY 28th MARCH 2019 - Angry Beavers
FRIDAY 29th MARCH 2019 - Planet Sheen
MONDAY 1st April 2019 - Winx Club
TUESDAY 2nd April 2019 - The Penguins of Madagascar
WEDNESDAY 3rd April 2019 - Peppa Pig
THURSDAY 4th April 2019 - Breadwinners
FRIDAY 5th April 2019 - Avatar

MONDAY 18th MARCH 2019 - SpongeBob SquarePants
TUESDAY 19th MARCH 2019 - T.U.F.F. Puppy
WEDNESDAY 20th MARCH 2019 - ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks
THURSDAY 21st MARCH 2019 - The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
FRIDAY 22nd MARCH 2019 - Kung Fu Panda
MONDAY 25th MARCH 2019 - Regal Academy
TUESDAY 26th MARCH 2019 - Jimmy Neutron
WEDNESDAY 27th MARCH 2019 - The Fairly OddParents
THURSDAY 28th MARCH 2019 - T.U.F.F. Puppy
FRIDAY 29th MARCH 2019- Mysticons
MONDAY 1st April 2019 - Danny Phantom
TUESDAY 2nd April 2019 - The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
WEDNESDAY 3rd April 2019 - SpongeBob SquarePants
THURSDAY 4th April 2019 - ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks
FRIDAY 5th April 2019 - The Fairly OddParents

SUNDAY MARATHONS
Airs: Starting at 16:00 CAT/ 15:00 WAT /17:00 EAT On Thursday the 21st, there will be Superhero episodes all day!

The important thing is to make kids laugh. So, what is funny? That’s simple. Nickelodeon's Characters are funny! And that’s why they've made them the face of the new Nicktoons!

Sunday 3rd March 2019 - 44 Cats (x10 half carts)

-- Sunday 10th March 2019 - Superheroes:
- ALVINNN!!!And the Chipmunks
- ToonMarty
- SpongeBob SquarePants
- Breadwinners
- Kung Fu Panda
- Pig, Goat, Banana, Cricket

-- Sunday 17th March 2019 - Superheroes:
- The Fairly OddParents (x10 half carts)
- Sunday 24th
- Lucky (movie)
- SpongeBob SquarePants (X7 half carts)

-- Sunday 31st March 2019 - Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

More Nick: Nickelodeon Africa to Premiere New eSports Series 'Noobees' on Monday 18th February 2019!

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I happened to see this scene in many beaches of the world, and even Madagascar does not avoid this...
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Les ministres des Affaires étrangères du continent sont réunis depuis ce jeudi à Addis Abeba, en Ethiopie. Une réunion pour préparer la venue des chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement, dimanche 10 et lundi 11 février. Ce 32e sommet de l'Union africaine va notamment se pencher sur la réforme de l'institution vieille de 55 ans. Car certains points ont été laissés de côté lors du sommet extraordinaire des 17 et 18 novembre derniers et notamment l'épineuse question du financement.

L'objectif affiché est que l'Afrique finance elle-même les trois quarts les programmes de l'Union africaine. Et pour cela, les Etats se sont mis d'accord en juillet 2016 pour instaurer une taxe de 0,2% sur les importations de certains produits. Aux dernières nouvelles, 24 membres l'appliquent, moins de la moitié.
D'après ses promoteurs, il s'agit de sécuriser le paiement des contributions des Etats. Ils n'auront plus à trouver des ressources budgétaires puisque le produit de la taxe leur permettra de payer. En cas de surplus, si la taxe rapporte davantage que la contribution, l'Etat le garde pour lui.
Des réticences
Mais il y a encore des réticences. Cela contreviendrait-il aux règles de l'Organisation mondiale du commerce ? Les Etats-Unis mettent la pression sur ce point. Certains Etats européens la mettent aussi, cette fois à propos des accords de partenariat Europe-Afrique en cours de renégociation, les « accords post-Cotonou » dans le jargon.
Lors de ce sommet, les Etats doivent aussi se mettre d'accord sur le nouveau barème des cotisations. Le but ? Que les « gros » payent moins. Que les « moyens » payent plus. Et les petits aussi, un peu, résume un acteur. Ce n'est pas gagné. Le chemin vers l'autonomie financière est encore long.

■ La présidentielle congolaise dans toutes les têtes
L'Union africaine doit aussi faire face aux crises politiques. Le Congo-Kinshasa était bien sûr dans toutes les têtes.
Y penser beaucoup, mais en parler le moins possible, c’est la ligne politique que suivent les délégués africains au siège de l’Union africaine à propos de cette présidentielle congolaise. Depuis que beaucoup de chefs d’Etat africains ont rétropédalé, il y a ici, à Addis Abeba, une gêne palpable. Hier matin, en ouverture du Conseil exécutif, le président de la Commission de l’Union africaine, le Tchadien Moussa Faki Mahamat, a expédié la question congolaise en une seule phrase : « Je note avec satisfaction le bon déroulement des élections et les transitions intervenues à Madagascar et en République démocratique du Congo », a-t-il simplement dit.
Moussa Faki n’a pas prononcé une seule fois le nom de Félix Tshisekedi. Mais en se disant « satisfait » de cette élection, il a fait un pas vers la reconnaissance de l’élu officiel. Alors si Félix Tshisekedi confirme sa venue ce week-end à Addis-Abeba, il peut espérer recevoir un bon accueil. Pour Martin Fayulu, ce 32e sommet de l’UA ne s’annonce pas sous les meilleurs auspices, du moins pour l’instant.
Par RFI


          Le Français arrêté à Madagascar renvoyé vers Paris      Cache   Translate Page      
À Madagascar, le Français Christophe Raineteau a été renvoyé du territoire malgache vers la France samedi soir, selon son avocat. Arrivé le 5 février à Antananarivo, l’homme avait été dans la foulée arrêté par la police de l’air et des frontières (la PAF) puis placé en garde à vue pendant 48h à l’aéroport d’Ivato. Christophe Raineteau est en effet sous le coup d’un mandat d’arrêt international émis par la Centrafrique.
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Great name for an animal....
The satanic leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus phantasticus) is a species of gecko indigenous to the island of Madagascar. It is the smallest of 12 species of leaf-tailed geckos.

This bizarre-looking, nocturnal creature has extremely cryptic camouflage so it can hide out in forests. It may also be known as the eyelash leaf tailed gecko or the fantastic leaf tailed gecko.
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Since the 2009 military coup backed unashamedly by french government and catholic church's clergy, Madagascar's social and economic situation has dramatically worsened. Just imagine that on the day of 26 January 2009 alone, thousands of people lost their jobs, because of mass plundering, vandalism and destruction of industries primarily financed by the anglosaxon world. Poverty rate, school drop-out and criminality rates have never been as high as now. To cope with that deleterious situation, many parents, adolescents and young adults "are forced to devise alternative solutions" for their livelihood ... Foreigners should be really cautious when engaging in relationship with young Malagasy men because most of them may be expecting to get some kind of "reward" - and their parents, if they are aware of their child behaviour, or even complicit - will expect you to "sponsor" more or less voluntarily some expenses (education, etc.) - In a few words, if you already know what it is to date a Filipino, then you already have an idea of what you may expect from a Malagasy ...
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Since the 2009 military coup backed unashamedly by french government and catholic church's clergy, Madagascar's social and economic situation has dramatically worsened. Just imagine that on the day of 26 January 2009 alone, thousands of people lost their jobs, because of mass plundering, vandalism and destruction of industries primarily financed by the anglosaxon world. Poverty rate, school drop-out and criminality rates have never been as high as now. To cope with that deleterious situation, many parents, adolescents and young adults "are forced to devise alternative solutions" for their livelihood ... Foreigners should be really cautious when engaging in relationship with young Malagasy men because most of them may be expecting to get some kind of "reward" - and their parents, if they are aware of their child behaviour, or even complicit - will expect you to "sponsor" more or less voluntarily some expenses (education, etc.) - In a few words, if you already know what it is to date a Filipino, then you already have an idea of what you may expect from a Malagasy ...
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MADAGASCAR is safe.
You may do anything you want here, provided you do it in private and with consenting guy(s).
          Re: safe country?      Cache   Translate Page      
MADAGASCAR is safe.
You may do anything you want here, provided you do it in private and with consenting guy(s).
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Excelente cobertura Triplex no Ed. Ilha de Madagascar,linda vista,aproximad 256m²,1ª locação e 3 vagas de garagem. No 1º pavim:sala,cozinha,wc social e 2 quartos sendo 1 suíte; 2º Pavim:circulação e 2 quartos,sendo 1 suíte master com...
4 dormitórios 5 banheiros duplex
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Excelente cobertura Triplex no Ed. Ilha de Madagascar,linda vista,aproximad 256m²,1ª locação e 3 vagas de garagem. No 1º pavim:sala,cozinha,wc social e 2 quartos sendo 1 suíte; 2º Pavim:circulação e 2 quartos,sendo 1 suíte master com...
4 dormitórios 5 banheiros duplex
Sat, 09 Feb 2019 17:17:10 +0100
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Since the 2009 military coup backed unashamedly by french government and catholic church's clergy, Madagascar's social and economic situation has dramatically worsened. Just imagine that on the day of 26 January 2009 alone, thousands of people lost their jobs, because of mass plundering, vandalism and destruction of industries primarily financed by the anglosaxon world. Poverty rate, school drop-out and criminality rates have never been as high as now. To cope with that deleterious situation, many parents, adolescents and young adults "are forced to devise alternative solutions" for their livelihood ... Foreigners should be really cautious when engaging in relationship with young Malagasy men because most of them may be expecting to get some kind of "reward" - and their parents, if they are aware of their child behaviour, or even complicit - will expect you to "sponsor" more or less voluntarily some expenses (education, etc.) - In a few words, if you already know what it is to date a Filipino, then you already have an idea of what you may expect from a Malagasy ...
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MADAGASCAR is safe.
You may do anything you want here, provided you do it in private and with consenting guy(s).
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Dr. Barry Dworkin discusses the concerning wave of measles passing through Europe and Madagascar, the stupidity of anti-vaccination groups, and we take your calls!
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Le Rwandais Paul Kagame a cédé son siège de président en exercice de l’Union africaine (UA) à son
homologue égyptien Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, lors de la session d’ouverture du 32e sommet à Addis-Abeba. L’Afrique du Sud a été désignée pour lui succéder en 2020.
Le Rwandais Paul Kagame a cédé son siège de président en exercice de l’Union africaine (UA) à son homologue égyptien Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, lors de la session d’ouverture du 32e sommet à Addis-Abeba. L’Afrique du Sud a été désignée pour lui succéder en 2020.
Abdel Fattah al-Sissi est désormais président en exercice de l’Union africaine (UA). Au cours de la session d’ouverture de son 32e sommet à Addis-Abeba, son prédécesseur, Paul Kagame, lui a cédé son fauteuil après une année où il aura bousculé l’institution panafricaine.
Lors de son premier discours, l’Égyptien a dévoilé les trois « piliers » de sa présidence : le développement des infrastructures, l’accélération de l’entrée en vigueur de la zone de libre-échange continentale africaine (ZLEC) et la création d’emplois pour la jeunesse du continent. Il a aussi insisté sur la lutte contre le terrorisme et la reconstruction des sociétés post-conflit.

Ramaphosa à la présidence tournante

Cette session a aussi été l’occasion de dévoiler l’identité de la présidence suivante, en 2020. Il s’agira de l’Afrique du Sud, et donc de son président Cyril Ramaphosa, s’il est confirmé à son poste lors des élections générales qui doivent se tenir cette année.
Pretoria s’est imposée, au détriment de l’Eswatini (nouveau nom du Swaziland), qui était candidat à ce poste qui devait revenir à l’Afrique australe. Mbabane devrait toutefois obtenir un lot de consolation, en accueillant les ministres des Affaires étrangères du continent mi-2020 à l’occasion d’un conseil exécutif, les traditionnels sommets de milieu d’année ayant été supprimés dans le cadre de la réforme de l’UA.

Félix Tshisekedi, 2e vice-président de l’UA

La composition du nouveau bureau de l’UA a aussi été annoncée. Outre al-Sissi, qui occupe donc la présidence, il sera composé de Cyril Ramaphosa (Afrique du Sud, 1er vice-président), Félix Tshisekedi (RDC, 2e vice-président), Mahamadou Issoufou (Niger, 3e vice-président) et Paul Kagame (Rwanda, 4e vice-président et rapporteur).
La désignation au sein de cette équipe de Félix Tshisekedi, qui participait à son premier sommet, a particulièrement satisfait la délégation congolaise.
Le président congolais nouvellement élu a pu prendre la parole pendant cinq minutes depuis son fauteuil, à la fin de la session, tout comme son nouvel homologue de Madagascar Andry Rajoelina.
Depuis son arrivée à Addis-Abeba le 9 février, Félix Tshisekedi s’est entretenu avec ses homologues égyptien al-Sissi et ivoirien Alassane Ouattara, ainsi que le secrétaire général de l’ONU António Guterres.
Avant eux, Guterres s’était exprimé à la tribune pour saluer l’exemplarité de l’Afrique en matière d’accueil des réfugiés, le thème de ce sommet.
Le milliardaire et philanthrope américain Bill Gates, le président de l’autorité palestinienne Mahmoud Abbas, le secrétaire général de la Ligue arabe Ahmed Abdoul Gheit, le président de la Fifa Gianni Infantino et, bien sûr, le président de la Commission de l’UA Moussa Faki Mahamat et le Rwandais Paul Kagame se sont également adressés à l’assemblée depuis la tribune.
Par Jeune Afrique




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