Monja Roindefo Zafitsimivalo (born 1965 in Toliara, Atsimo-Andrefana) is a Malagasy politician, currently serving as Prime Minister. He was appointed on 7 February 2009 by opposition leader Andry Rajoelina at the head of Rajoelina\s rival government; later, on 17 March, Rajoelina was installed in power by the military, and Roindefo officially took over as Prime Minister. Roindefo attempted to stand as a candidate in the December 2006 presidential election. Ballot papers for Roindefo, along with some other minor candidates, were not available at polling stations. They had not met the 29 October 2006 deadline for submitting the papers and, although they tried to submit them afterward, the government refused to accept them and said that anyone who attempted to distribute ballot papers to polling stations on the day of the election would be arrested. The father of Monja Roindefo,
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