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Ivory Coast: “I came back to take my place in the political game” – Soro

Expected for several weeks, Soro Guillaume returned Sunday, October 22 in Abidjan. Upon his entry into the flag of honor at the airport Felix Houphouet Boigny, the president of the Ivorian national assembly was welcomed by his many supporters.

He especially played the card of appeasement in the various answers given to the press: “I came back to take my place in the political game, to contribute as much as I can to appeasement, to contribute to reconciliation and civil peace. He reassures.

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Upon his arrival at the airport, Mr. Soro Guillaume decided on the situation prevailing in Côte d’Ivoire. Following the arrest and dismissal of some ministers and senior administrative staff close to him. In particular his chief of protocol Souleymane Kamarate Koné, arrested and locked for “conspiracy” on October 9 in a case of discovery of a cache of weapons during a mutiny in May.

Guillaume Soro was keen to clarify certain points related to the deterioration of his relations with President Alassane Ouattara, and invited the Ivorian population. That of privileging dialogue in all conflicts. This is how he announces an upcoming meeting with the Ivorian Head of State with a view to starting a constructive dialogue. “I will work to ensure that our relationship is always good. In the coming days, with great humility, I will go to see the president of the republic to speak with him “.

Guillaume Soro has been traveling outside since August 15, 2017 when he was on vacation in Paris and St. Petersburg in Russia.

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