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India Côte d'Ivoire: the pro-Gbagbo FPI calls on its militants to enlist en masse

06:45  25 may  2020
06:45  25 may  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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Youtube User Vespuca17 posted on May 1, 2011, a video [fr] of pro - Gbagbo militiamen chanting the name of the new President of Côte d ' Ivoire , Alassane To some this is one sign of the possible reconciliation the country has been seeking since the capture of former president Laurent Gbagbo.

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Un militant pro-Gbagbo, à Mama en avril 2015. © AFP PHOTO / SIA KAMBOU A pro-Gbagbo activist, in Mama in April 2015.

The pro-Gbagbo FPI calls on its militants enroll en masse to obtain their identity cards and other civil status documents or nationality certificates. The objective is to be able to massively register on the electoral lists when the time comes to be able to influence the presidential and legislative elections at the end of the year. A strategy that changes completely after years of boycotting the polls.

From our correspondent in Abidjan,

The pro-Gbagbo FPI calls on its militants to go massively to enrollment centers or mobile courts to have identity cards, nationality certificates and other civil status documents drawn up. constitute the documents potentially useful for registration on the electoral lists. Registrations whose dates have not yet been fixed, but which could be held between June 10 and 24 according to a proposal from the Election Commission.

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At the beginning of June, the pro-Gbagbo FPI will dispatch 200 delegations throughout Côte d'Ivoire to raise awareness among its activists about this objective, in an operation called "Electoral flood".

Until now and under the impulse of Aboudramane Sangaré, historical traveling companion of Laurent Gabgbo, those whom we nicknamed the "GOR" for "Gbagbo or Nothing", refused for years to participate in the elections as long as the the former Ivorian president would not be returning to the country. A boycott which also concerned the registration on the electoral lists, from which thousands of FPI militants are therefore absent.

But things have changed. Aboudramane Sangaré died at the end of 2018 and Gbagbo was acquitted by the ICC. However, his return remains uncertain. An appeal is still possible. And a conviction in absentia for 20 years in prison awaits him in Abidjan.

However, even if its candidate is not therefore nominated, the FPI pro Gbagbo changes lines and intends to be a full player in these 2020 elections, as evidenced by its rapprochement with the PDCI in recent months.

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