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Former Ivory Coast’s President Gbagbo Causes Hysteria; President Ouattara and Bedie Tear Apart

The political atmosphere in Côte d’Ivoire is experiencing some overheating or overheating. The tension is gradually rising around the big parties and embark the militants in oral brawls, sometimes physical. The three major formations that dominate the debates do not intend to make any gift, especially with the disenchantment between the Democratic Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PDCI-GDR) and its now ex-ally in the Rally of Houphouetists for the Democracy and Peace (RHDP). Alliance whose goal was mainly to bring together the two major parties of Côte d’Ivoire to conquer the power and consolidate it in the hands of Alassane Ouattara at first. The story, true or false, reveals that a secret pact, signed between the two old saurians of the Ivorian political marigot agreed on the principle according to which the power should return to the PDCI after the reign of the Rally of Democrats (RDR) of Alassane Ouattara. But with lots of water flowing through the bridges and appetite coming from eating, the RDR would have simply changed language, decided to keep power after 2020, thanks to the RHDP, which has since become a political party, with other parties and executives of the PDCI who took up the cause of the new party that favored their political rise.

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Like a pot-au-feu, the Ivorian political pot boils, on bottom of worries Ivorians who ask many questions about the fate of their country, still marked indelible sequels of rebellion and post-election war, as bloody as threatening. But as someone said, it is a feat to do a proper and unassailable analysis of Ivorian politics, taking into account the new facts that are revealed every day: the war Henri Konan Bédié-Alassane Ouattara that makes rage, the new map of municipalities that draws the latest municipal with the positioning in perspective of the new independent mayors, the enigma Guillaume Soro, the current president of the National Assembly which has not yet clearly defined in the rififi PDCI -RHDP, the equation Laurent Gbagbo and to whom Henri Konan Bédié continues to make eyes soft, claiming, he and Guillaume Soro, the release of the leader of the historic leader of the Ivorian Popular Front, the jails of the International Criminal Court where he is held since November 30, 2011. In this mixture of ingredients that together could well cause a blast whose consequences could bring Côte d’Ivoire into these post-war uncertainties. Admittedly, all this remains postulates of analysis because the current political situation in Côte d’Ivoire is as muddy as the crocodile pond of the late Houphouet Boigny in Yamoussoukro. And so not easy to decrypt. jail of the International Criminal Court where he is held since November 30, 2011. In this mixture of ingredients that together could well cause a blast whose consequences could bring Côte d’Ivoire into these post-war uncertainties. Admittedly, all this remains postulates of analysis because the current political situation in Côte d’Ivoire is as muddy as the crocodile pond of the late Houphouet Boigny in Yamoussoukro. And so not easy to decrypt. jail of the International Criminal Court where he is held since November 30, 2011. In this mixture of ingredients that together could well cause a blast whose consequences could bring Côte d’Ivoire into these post-war uncertainties. Admittedly, all this remains postulates of analysis because the current political situation in Côte d’Ivoire is as muddy as the crocodile pond of the late Houphouet Boigny in Yamoussoukro. And so not easy to decrypt. all this remains postulates of analysis because the current political situation in Ivory Coast is as muddy as the crocodile pond of the late Houphouet Boigny in Yamoussoukro. And so not easy to decrypt. all this remains postulates of analysis because the current political situation in Ivory Coast is as muddy as the crocodile pond of the late Houphouet Boigny in Yamoussoukro. And so not easy to decrypt.

To this we must now add the indescribable joy provoked in the streets of Abidjan, Bouake, and especially Gagnoa, the native fief of Christ of Mama, at the announcement, which proved false for his provisional release. Proof if there is still the immense popularity still enjoyed by Laurent Gbagbo, despite his seven years of incarceration in Scheveningen and the thousand and one attempts to extinguish his party, young Ivorians, and not only those of his ethnicity of Bété, the famous prisoner of The Hague is still very present in the political game. And it is not the many videos, certainly imitations, and photo-montages that circulate in loop on social networks and make fun of the Ivorian President, Alassane Ouattara who will say the opposite. Anyway,

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