We are very far from the imperative for reconciliation and dialogue, laments Drissa Bamba, chair of the Ivorian Human Rights Movement (MIDH).
We deeply regret the muscular tone of political speech at this time. We must remember the violence that Côte d’Ivoire has felt. We’re still a bit like hell. It is as if we still had corrupt outbursts from the leaders of the Ivorian political scene. Our political leaders must understand that the best weapon in Houphouetism is dialogue. But the dialogue is true.
COTE D’IVOIRE _HIS MORNING CENTER worried about rising political tensions