Interview. In France on the 24th, the former leader of the Ivorian Young Patriot talked about his return to Côte d’Ivoire and advocated reconciliation.
OneThe former head of the former international ivory patriot patriot Charles Blé Goudé was acquitted by the International Criminal Court (ICC), and he hopes that the Ivorian authorities will return to his country in the near future. Like his former mentor and former President of Côte d’Ivoire Laurent Gbagbo, Mr. Bly Goode, 49, was also acquitted by the International Criminal Court on Wednesday, but he was still sentenced to 20 years in prison by the Ivorian judiciary. Within the framework of the 2010-2011 post-election crisis, a “conspiracy to murder” was carried out, resulting in 3,000 deaths.
Côte d’Ivoire: Laurent Gbagbo and Charles Blé Goudé were acquitted by the International Criminal Court
“I hope from strength [ivoirien] Gesture, amnesty or pardon […] The former youth minister said that this is the first time since the verdict. He said: “This is to ease the atmosphere so that President Laurent Gbagbo and I can return to our country.” “Ivory Coast needs all the sons. He said, “I am. Think I have paid enough money. He called for a “gathering of Ivorian people.” He said that he “has saved the documents at the Embassy of Te d’Ivoire a few weeks ago” in order to obtain a passport, adding that he “has confidence in the Ivorian authorities” in order to “in Give him the passport in a few days or weeks. “Come on.”
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Mr. Blegood fled the crisis after the 2010-2011 elections in Côte d’Ivoire, with the victory of President-elect Ouattara, after the arrest of Laurent Gbagbo. He was arrested in Ghana in 2013 and then transferred to the International Criminal Court in 2014 to stand trial with Laurent Gbagbo. The two were acquitted in January 2019, and the International Criminal Court rejected the prosecutor’s appeal on Wednesday. Charles Blé Goudé is one of the most controversial members of the Gbagbo family, nicknamed the “street general” for his ability to mobilize supporters of the former Ivorian president. His critics and international NGOs consider him to be one of the people who contributed the most to violence during the 2010-2011 post-election crisis.
He reiterated on Thursday that he hopes to “lead” Côte d’Ivoire’s ambitions in the future. He already mentioned in June 2019: “Yes, I want to lead our country one day.” He did not participate in the October 2020 presidential election. , The latter was won by the controversial third term Alassane Ouattara (Alassane Ouattara).