"Alassane Ouattara is a chance for the Ivory Coast" affirms Éric Koné

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"Alassane Ouattara is a chance for the Ivory Coast" affirms Éric Koné

During his lively press conference last Wednesday, Eric Koné, President of the African Challenge for the Renewal of Economic Development Policies (CARPED) indicated that President Alassane Ouattara is an opportunity for Ivorians.

« Social cohesion and support for the candidacy of President Alassane Ouattara This was the theme of the press conference hosted last Wednesday by CARPED chaired by Eric Koné. After the announcement of his presidential candidacy on October 31, 2020, the President of CARPED, believes that the Head of State is an incredible opportunity for the country in view of the development achievements recorded under his mandate and that he needs grant again another mandate.

« In view of the achievements of social development and especially the leadership of President Alassane Ouattara, we at the level of CARPED unambiguously support his candidacy, »Declared Eric Koné, before specifying that:« In the current geopolitical and geostrategic context, President Alassane Ouattara is an opportunity for Côte d'Ivoire. »

Faced with this situation, CARPED says it is ready to mobilize all Ivorians to support President Ouattara's candidacy and promote the victory of the ruling coalition on the evening of October 31.

Éric Koné also invited all Ivorians to use legal channels to express themselves and not to practice violence. " Faced with the increase in violence in recent days in some parts of the country, which unfortunately has caused deaths, injuries and material damage, CARPED is calling for calm, appeasement and social cohesion. Especially to restraint on both sides. Because remedies exist to express your positions, He strongly wished.

As a reminder, CARPED is a movement that is part of the promotion of peace. He wants to start a national awareness tour in the coming weeks.

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