Regions / Cote d'Ivoire
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The standoff in Cote d'Ivoire is over. Here's how to break the cycle of violence.
The prospect of a new civil war looms on the Ivoirian horizon.
VOA's Vincent Makori talks to Emira Woods, of the Institute for Policy Studies, on the developments in Ivory Coast.VOA's Vincent Makori talks to Emira Woods, of the Institute for Policy Studies, on the developments in Ivory Coast.
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Emira Woods visits Uprising Radio for an interview on the social unrest that has displaced 2 million Ivorians nationwide.
The rule of law, the will of the people, and the results of the elections must be upheld in the Ivory Coast, says Emira Woods.
The political crisis in Cote d'Ivoire has had major diplomatic, financial, economic and social repercussions on the population, including on women and the organisations that defend their rights.
The UN is capable of saving Cote d'Ivoire from collapse but it cannot do so as long as it plays 'second fiddle' to the western powers that 'pay the piper.'