|Prime Minister of Madagascar|
18 December 2009 – 20 December 2009
|Preceded by||Eugène Mangalaza|
|Succeeded by||Albert Camille Vital|
On 9 February 2009, Manorohanta announced her resignation, saying that "after all that has happened, I decide as of now to no longer remain part of this government," referring to the shooting on 7 February, during the 2009 Malagasy protests, in which police shot dead at least 50 protesters. Chief of military staff Mamy Ranaivoniarivo was appointed to replace Manorohanta on the same day.
On 18 December 2009, Rajoelina dismissed Prime Minister Eugene Mangalaza, whose appointment had been endorsed by opposition factions as part of a power-sharing agreement, and stated he would appoint Manorohanta in his place. However, on 20 December 2009 Rajoelina instead appointed Albert Camille Vital as Prime Minister.
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| Prime Minister of Madagascar
Albert Camille Vital
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