During the night from Saturday to Sunday, the home of the President of the National Assembly, Christine Razanamahasoa, located in the 2nd arrondissement of the capital was the target of burglars. The latter broke into the MP’s office and stole a cell phone, a computer and a bag containing money.
No trace of a break-in was found, the front doors remained intact and the thieves did not take any other objects from the house. According to the MP’s communications unit, which shared this information on social media late yesterday afternoon, the burglars seemed to know what they were looking for. All the personal information of the MP and her husband would indeed be stored in the stolen phone.
This intrusion comes a few days before the meeting between the government and the deputies and a few months before the presidential deadline. While waiting for the results of the investigations, the speculations around this intrusion are going well. The stolen mobile phone probably contained confidential data from the head of the institution who has recently been blowing hot and cold in the National Assembly. Several observers thus conclude that it would be a political matter, not a personal one.
On social networks, some politicians expressed their support for the President of the National Assembly following this theft. At the same time, we learn that Masy Goulamaly, elected deputy in Tsihombe would also have had his phone stolen.
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