The general director of Arai is no longer

The general director of Arai is no longer
The general director of Arai is no longer
Following the death of Aimé Rasoloharimanana, a process of selecting a new boss of Arai should be initiated shortly.

A rare pearl. He was thus considered in the microcosm of the fight against corruption. Aimé Rasoloharimanana, director general of the Agency for the Recovery of Illicit Assets (ARAI), died yesterday in the middle of the day.

The late Aimé Rasoloharimanana was hospitalized last week due to a myocardial infarction, reports one of his collaborators. Which involved surgery yesterday morning. He took his last breath after the operation, according to the explanations. Appointed in May 2022 and having been sworn in on June 3 of the same year, he was the first director general of Arai.

Established by an ordinance in July 2019, Arai complements the entities for repressing corruption and related offenses. An esteemed magistrate renowned for his uprightness and integrity, he has been a heavyweight in the Anti-Corruption System (SAC) for several years. Before taking charge of Arai, Aimé Rasoloharimanana was the first degree president of the Antananarivo Anti-Corruption Pole (Pac), the equivalent of the first instance.

Relatively discreet, often going unnoticed during official events, he was nevertheless accessible and always available to discuss different subjects. “We have lost one of our best magistrates. An example of competence, righteousness, wisdom and maturity,” testifies Noro Harimisa Razafindrakoto, former Minister of Justice, in reaction to a publication by the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences (FDSP) of the University of Antananarivo .

The FDSP of the University of Antananarivo paid a beautiful tribute to Aimé Rasoloharimanana. Among the alumni of this Faculty, he is also the sponsor of two classes of graduates from the FDSP. “The choice of sponsor is not trivial, a sponsor is someone who guides, he is someone who inspires, he is an example to follow and he is someone for whom the Faculty has respect (…)”, we can read on the FDSP Facebook page.

Garry Fabrice Ranaivoson

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