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Health Situation in Côte d’Ivoire, since the European Union’s embargo on Ivory Coast ports

14 Mar

PRESS CONFERENCE OF MADAME THE MINISTER OF HEALTH AND OF THE FIGHT AGAINST AIDS, MONDAY 07 MARS 2011

Ladies and gentlemen journalists,

First, I would like to greet you and thank you for answering our call.

It is with a bruised heart that I address you to inform you of the devastating effects of the embargo on Ivorian ports.

Indeed, the notification of the implementation of the embargo of the EU on the independent maritime ports of Ivory Coast leads to the impossibility starting from 11th February 2011 to embark EU common products and Pharmaceutical  towards our country and that, within the framework of the sanctions imposed on Côte d’Ivoire. Lire la suite

POST ELECTORAL CRISIS The end game in the Ivory Coast

8 Mar

Source: Saoti – Gary K. Busch in ocnus.net 08.03.2011

The long political impasse of the Ivory Coast is coming to an end. The forces of the rebel leader, Alassane Ouattara have failed to get others to remove the elected President of the country, Gbagbo by force, sanction or military provocation. Now, electricity, water and most communications networks are shut off in the Northern rebel areas. Since 28 February the switch has been turned off.

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IVORY COAST: THE TASTE OF BLOOD

23 Fév

It is time for the people of the Ivory Coast to glimpse a more radiant future for their country. At the conclusion of its meetings with the protagonists of the conflict electoral comment, the high-level panel appointed by the African Union has just made a wise and logical proposition, completely in line with all the initiatives that have been undertaken.

It is necessary to say that all the mediations, that came at first in the logic to threaten president Laurent Gbagbo of an armed attack or to oblige him to leave the power, have moved back in front of proofs of massive frauds, of the revelations on the big errors of Mr Choi representative of the UN, and especially in front of the Ivory Coast population which has never supported Mr Ouattara.

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PRAY THE U.N. BACK TO HELL: A STAND AGAINST WAR IN THE IVORY COAST

10 Fév

By Wayourou Zadi-Pauyo

In the tripolarization of the Ivory Coast’s political landscape between former president Henri Konan Bédié, former prime minister Alassane Dramane Ouattara, and sitting president Laurent Gbagbo, the general opinion’s flawed tendency to perceive either one of these individuals as half-gods holding the miraculous key to peace and 3-meals-a-day for the 21-million-strong population of the West African country has morphed from an amusing farce to a severe impediment to the peaceful resolution of the post-electoral deadlock and, by extension, of the 20-year crisis the country has been enduring.

This vasly erroneous perception, compounded by acute pressures from powerful neo-colonialist interests (namely from France and the peon institutions it manipulates, i.e. the United Nations Security Council and the ECOWAS), fuels the dangerous escalation of the Ivorian crisis while simultaneously misguiding their strategic allocation of diplomatic influence in the direction of an all-out civil war. Lire la suite

REVEALING DOCUMENT: HOW FRANCE RAPED THE IVORY COAST OF IT’S SOVEREIGNTY

10 Fév

(AND ROBBED THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL OF ITS IMPARTIALITY)

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Read this very attentively. The Ivory Coast undergoes for several years a revolting infringement on its sovereignty led by France.

The reasons of this doggedness are simple: France wants at all costs to place in the head of this country Mr. Alassane Ouattara. Collusive in the coup d’état of 2002, favorable to the rebellion and wanting at all costs Laurent Gbagbo’s head, France is clearly actively involved in this Ivory Coast crisis which has been going on for more than 10 years.

When will this injustice end?

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