updated Sun. August 28, 2022
February 13, 2017
Another target was the newspaper "Notre Voie," which has often gotten into legal trouble for its inflammatory rhetoric against Ivorian politicians. It is associated with the center-left Ivorian Popular Front (FPI), which was founded by former President Gbabgo, currently on trial for crimes against humanity at theÃâÃÂ ...
January 27, 2016
There is a Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Ivorian politicians never tire of saying that the country is now united. Moro is skeptical. "Reconciliation begins in the family," he said, implying that it has yet to take root. In spite of all the criticism, this is clearly an important trial for the country of 23 millionÃâÃÂ ...
August 31, 2015
The NCN includes some 20 Ivorian politicians including ex-prime minister Charles Konan Banny, who is a candidate in the upcoming October 25 elections. The opposition coalition is demanding the dissolution of the electoral commission in charge of polls, which is considered favourable to the incumbentÃâÃÂ ...
Human Rights Watch
June 6, 2012
However, a 35-year-old former non-commissioned officer in the Ivorian military, now a refugee in Liberia, said, “Former fighters and former Ivorian politicians are all key players in these activities, making money and other resources available.” A number of high-level military and political leaders from theÃâÃÂ ...
World Socialist Web Site
December 27, 2010
Ivorian politicians whipped up communalist sentiments as they attempted to win a greater share of the country's wealth for themselves and their supporters. This led to two years of civil war that was only brought to an end by a power-sharing agreement in 2004, which left the country divided. France and theÃâÃÂ ...
March 6, 2007
The Ivory Coast government and the rebel movement have signed an accord in a fresh attempt to revive the country's stalled peace process. The two sides agreed to form a new power-sharing government within five weeks and set up a joint army command. The deal was signed in Burkina Faso byÃâÃÂ ...