Tiako I Madagasikara

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I Love Madagascar
Tiako I Madagasikara
President Marc Ravalomanana [1]
Secretary-GeneralRina Andriamasinoro [2]
FoundedJuly 3, 2002 (2002-07-03)
Headquarters0034 A II, Lalana Pastora Rabeony Hans, Antananarivo, Madagascar
Ideology Conservatism
Populism [3]
Economic liberalism
Political position Centre-right
National Assembly of Madagascar
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Website
http://www.tim-madagascar.org/

Tiako I Madagasikara (TIM, lit.'I Love Madagascar'; French : J'aime Madagascar) is a political party in Madagascar founded on July 3, 2002, to support President Marc Ravalomanana. After the parliamentary election held on September 23, 2007, it was the largest party in the National Assembly of Madagascar, with 106 of 127 seats. [4] The party is located in MAGRO Ankorondrano, Antananarivo. Ravalomanana was re-elected with 55.79% in the December 2006 presidential election. [5]

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Solofonantenaina Razoarimihaja was the President of TIM from 2002 to 2007. On October 12, 2007, he was succeeded by Yvan Randriasandratriniony, who became the Interim National President. [6] Randriasandratriniony was officially elected as President of TIM on May 21, 2008, at the party's second national congress. [7] Rina Randriamasinoro was the party's Secretary-General in 2023. [8]

Ravalomanana led his personal movement in the 2013, 2018, and 2023 presidential elections.

Election results

Presidential elections

ElectionCandidate1st round2nd roundResults
# %# %
2001 Marc Ravalomanana 2,306,60051.46%ElectedGreen check.svg
2006 2,435,19954.79%ElectedGreen check.svg
2013 Jean Louis Robinson [lower-alpha 1] 955,53421.10%1,791,33646.51%LostRed x.svg
2018 Marc Ravalomanana 1,760,83735.35%2,060,84744.34%LostRed x.svg
2023 586,28212.09%LostRed x.svg
  1. Supported AVANA's candidate Jean Louis Robinson.

National Assembly elections

ElectionLeaderVotes%Seats+/–PositionGovernment
2002 Marc Ravalomanana 1,325,74334.30%
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2007
105 / 151
Increase2.svg 105Steady2.svg 1stSupermajority government
2013 416,73210.77%
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Decrease2.svg 85Steady2.svg 2ndOpposition
2019 435,74010.80%
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Decrease2.svg 14Steady2.svg 2ndOpposition

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References

  1. Ravalomanana-denonce-des-manoeuvres-d-intimidation-visant-son-parti
  2. Congres National du TIM
  3. Marcus, Richard (2004-08-01). "Political change in Madagascar: Populist democracy or neopatrimonialism by another name?". ISS Africa. Retrieved 2023-11-28.
  4. Results according to the Haute Cour Constitutionelle.
  5. 2006 presidential election results Archived 2012-04-14 at the Wayback Machine from the High Constitutional Court (in French).
  6. "Vie de parti; Un nouveau président pour le TIM", Madagascar Tribune, October 13, 2007 (in French).
  7. "Le parti au pouvoir tient son congrès national", Xinhua, May 22, 2008 (in French).
  8. Congres National du TIM