Presidential elections were held in Madagascar on 25 November 1991, with a run-off between the top two contenders on 23 January 1992. Incumbent PresidentDidier Ratsiraka of AREMA lost the election to Albert Zafy, leader of the National Union for Development and Democracy in the second round after neither candidate reached 50% in the first round.
Voter turnout was 74.43% for the first round and 68.49% for the second.
Christian Louis Ntsay is a Malagasy politician who is currently Prime Minister of Madagascar. He was appointed by President Hery Rajaonarimampianina following Olivier Mahafaly Solonandrasana’s resignation due to widespread protests throughout the country. Ntsay is considered a technocrat and has worked for the United Nations.More