Subseries PM/MPCS - Papers of the Prime Minister: relationship with the Minister of Population and Social Condition

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Papers of the Prime Minister: relationship with the Minister of Population and Social Condition


  • 1978-1981 (Creation)

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Approximately 0.6 linear metre

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Archival history

Transferred from the Cabinet Office to the National Archives via the National Assembly (parliament) of Madagascar.

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Scope and content

Sub-series of records of Prime Ministerial relationship with the Minister of Population and Social Condition, 1978-1981; notably including reports on illiteracy and disabled people, 1978-1981.

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System of arrangement

Fonds: Prime Ministerial papers, sub-fonds of Cabinet records, series SM/PM, sub series: Minister of Population and Social Condition. Papers are thereafter arranged in 6 summaries; each summary is chronologically arranged: Texts (PM/MAE 1); bilateral relationships (PM/MAE 2-4); correspondence (PM/MPCS 191); file (PM/MPCS 192); correspondence (PM/MPCS 193), telegrams (PM/MPCS 194) reports (PM/MPCS 195), meeting reports (PM/MPCS 196).

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Language of material

  • French
  • Malagasy

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Records of Cabinet Office, part of the Prime Ministerial fonds.

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Archivist's note

Compiled as part of the Finding Africa project (King's College London).

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