In Ivory Coast, the slogan of civil disobedience launched by the political opposition coalition is respected in several cities and towns across the country. This Monday, October 19, Ivorians continue to mobilize to denounce what they consider as a violation of the constitution by the outgoing head of state Alassane Ouattara.
Indeed, some demonstrations against a 3rd term of the outgoing Head of State Alassane Ouattara, were noted in the big cities of the country, including Dabou, Bonoua, Jacqueville, Botro and Brobo in Bouaké, Abengourou
and in the commune of Cocody, when we went to press.
Many young people from the cities of the interior and Abidjan erected this morning dams and set tires on fire to express their fed up with a third term that the Head of State, Alassane Ouattara, wishes to run for for the presidential election next October. In Cocody Riviera 2, unidentified individuals set fire to a state vehicle. In view of the socio-political situation of the country, one can undoubtedly say that the slogan of civil disobedience launched by the opposition is respected in several cities of the country.
Note that the powerful student and school organization of Côte d’Ivoire, FESCI has started its 72-hour strike.
Details to follow.