ANTANANARIVO (AFP) - Madagascan former president Didier Ratsiraka returned home Thursday, ending a nine-year exile in France and urged reconciliation to resolve the countrys long-running political crisis. Ratsiraka arrived three days after a unity government was unveiled with the aim of ending a protracted political crisis that has seen the island nation isolated by regional blocs and the international community. There should be a conference not just by the four main political leaders, but all the other parties and civil society groups must be involved, Ratsiraka said upon arrival. Theres need for reconciliation... I will shake everybodys hands in the overall interest of the nation, he added.