Madagascar Prime Minister Kolo Roger and his government on 12 January 2015 resigned from their position. The resignation was accepted by Madagascar President Hery Rajaonarimampianina on 13 January 2015.
However, the reason for the resignation was not disclosed by the government. This is the first change of government in Rajaonarimampianina's Presidency.
The resigning government members will continue to work as Caretaker Government until the creation of the new government. The government led by Kolo Roger consists of 30 ministers and one Secretary of State.
Kolo Roger was elected as Prime Minister of Madagascar in April 2014.
Madagascar, a large Indian Ocean island famous for its wildlife and its minerals, has struggled hard to revive its economy since a coup in 2009 that plunged the nation into prolonged crisis.
The island country was undergoing severe electricity failures as only 15 percent of the island is on the electricity grid. Amidst the turmoil, Roger Kolo's government was not able to handle the electricity failures.
Moreover, Madagascar Energy Minister Richard Fihenena was fired in November 2014 for his inability to solve the problem.
When: 12 January 2015
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