Garcin Malsa is titular of a Control of Biochemistry and is professor de Biologie.
Garcin Malsa has a course of militant independence ecologist. It takes part in the Seventies, with the creation of an independence political group " Zanma". It was then with Alfred Marie-Jeanne and well of others, one of the founders of the movement " Word in Peuple" become the Independence movement today Inhabitant of Martinique (M.I.M). One then finds it on the agricultural face with the constitution of a collective of occupation of the grounds. The ASSAUMAPAR (Association For the Safeguard of the Inheritance Inhabitant of Martinique) he was the cofounder with Pierre Davidas, propels it on the front of the political scene.
In 1988, it gains its first political battle by gaining the seat of General adviser in the canton of Holy-Anne. In 1989, he becomes Maire of Holy-Anne by beating the Mayor leaving Various the line André Champvert. In 1990, to the regional elections, it leads the independence list " Union For a Populaire" Alternative; and gains 2 seats at the District council. Garcin Malsa will be Regional adviser of 1990 to 1992. The same year, it publishes a political proclamation entitled " The change Martinique ".
The September 11th 1992, surrounded by two writers and intellectual inhabitants of Martinique, Patrick Chamoiseau and Trustful Raphaël, it creates the MODEMAS Mouvement of the democrats and ecologists for sovereign Martinique, an independence party.
By decision of the October 17th 1995, and in the right thread of its political ideas, the municipal council of Holy-Anne makes the decision to affix the red, green and black flag nationalist with the pediment of the town hall, a decision highly criticized by the opposition. For Garcin Malsa, the association of these three colors, is not new, it exists in Martinique like symbol of resistance to colonial oppression. Indeed, they were brandies at the time of the insurrection of the South of 1870 by the insurrectionists. It is necessary to await 1963 for an official association of these three colors by one of the militants of the OJAM (Organization of Youth Anticolonialist Inhabitant of Martinique), Victor Lessort. But the nationalist flag Black Green Rouge in its current presentation was designed and carried out in 1968 by the independence writer Guy Cabort-Masson and Alex Ferdinand and was adopted by the National movement for the Release of Martinique, first independence party of the island.
Of 1996 with 1998, Garcin Malsa is President of the Association of the Communes of the D.O.M. In 1998, at the time of the regional elections the MODEMAS makes alliance with the Communist party Inhabitant of Martinique by presenting a joint list entitled " Sanblé Louse Matinik" led by Emile Capgras, the President of the outgoing District council, but she will not manage to exceed the bar of the 5% and the MODEMAS will not have any elected official at the District council.
With the Municipal elections of March 2001, he is re-elected Maire of Holy-Anne vis-a-vis the right-wing candidate Jacques Guannel. With the cantonal elections, he was re-elected General adviser of Holy-Anne on March 11th, 2001. He is also the 11th Vice-president of the Standing committee of the General advice. February 22nd, 2002, the Council of State cancels the municipal election with Holy-Anne. New municipal elections are organized in April 2002 and Garcin Malsa is re-elected on April 7th, Maire of Holy-Anne with 1498 votes against 1323 votes with its adversary Jacques Guannel.
Mayor of Holy-Anne since 1989
General adviser of the canton of Holy-Anne since 1988
Regional adviser of 1990 to 1992
Garcin Malsa publishes in 1992 a political test entitled " The Martinique" change;.
- Official site of the town hall of Holy-Anne
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