The 2010 Constitution does not reiterate its predecessors in defining the electoral system for the National Assembly. Note that a lot of the general detail of the organism is contained in a separate organic law of 2012, No. 5. This is not a parallel system, but it is not a simple one: votes in SMDs are counted by FPTP, votes in 2MDs by List PR.
2012 Election Law 16
The members of the National Assembly bear the title of Deputy of Madagascar.
They are elected by direct universal suffrage, either by first-past-the-post or by one-round proportional representation based on the number of inhabitants in each constituency.
In constituencies with only one seat to be filled, Deputies are elected by first-past-the-post system. Is declared elected the candidate who will have obtained the greatest number of votes. In case of a tie between two candidates, the oldest candidate is declared elected.
In constituencies with multiple seats to be filled, the election shall be by proportional representation on a single-round electoral roll according to the electoral quota rule and the highest averages, without a mixture of votes, preferential votes and incomplete lists.
They are elected by direct universal suffrage for a renewable five-year term.