Fihavanantsika

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Fihavanantsika is a political party in Madagascar, founded by Daniel Rajakoba in 2002.[1] In the December 2006 presidential election, Rajakoba, the party's candidate, won 0.64% of the vote.[2] Since the 23 September 2007 National Assembly elections it is no longer represented in parliament[3]

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